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Standard tale of husband and wife living a party lifestyle. He works in a gambling hall and she occasionally models and sings. Because they want to start a family wife feels the need to change their situation. Situation is changed and husband gets a new job and then a promotion but is tricked into a bad business deal and wants to go back to his old life.

  1. Dudley Murphy

    Director

  2. Harold Buchman

    Writer

  3. Lee Loeb

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ann Sothern

    Ann Sothern

    Ann Edwards

  2. Bruce Cabot

    Bruce Cabot

    Jerry Edwards

  3. Irving Pichel

    Irving Pichel

    Rick Collins

  4. Ian Keith

    Ian Keith

    John Crane

  5. Thurston Hall

    Thurston Hall

    Martin Gage

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Don't Gamble with Love

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Status Released

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  • February 28, 1936
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 5m

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