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Overview

A beautiful chorine marries a handsome rich socialite, but her idyllic life ends when she visits a dying old beau and is charged when he commits suicide.

  1. Robert Florey

    Director

  2. Austin Parker

    Screenplay

  3. Sheridan Gibney

    Screenplay

  4. Joseph Santley

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Kay Francis

    Kay Francis

    Peggy Martin Van Tyle / Peggy Stone

  2. Ricardo Cortez

    Ricardo Cortez

    Bill Blaine

  3. Gene Raymond

    Gene Raymond

    Monte Van Tyle

  4. John Halliday

    John Halliday

    Lyndon Fiske

  5. Margaret Lindsay

    Margaret Lindsay

    Eleanor Van Tyle Burgess

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The House on 56th Street
The House on 56th Street

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 2, 1933
    Premiere

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  • December 23, 1933
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 8m

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