The Chaser

(1938)
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Overview

A sleazy lawyer gains clients by showing up at terrible accidents. His boss, determined to stop him, hires a pretty girl to cozy up and coerce the truth out of the ambulance-chaser. Unfortunately, the boss doesn't count on the romance factor and sure enough, love blossoms between the girl and the shyster.

  1. Edwin L. Marin

    Director

  2. Everett Freeman

    Screenplay

  3. Bella Spewack

    Screenplay

  4. Harry Ruskin

    Screenplay

  5. Sam Spewack

    Screenplay

  6. Howard Emmett Rogers

    Story

  7. Chandler Sprague

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dennis O'Keefe

    Dennis O'Keefe

    Thomas Z. 'Tom' Brandon

  2. Ann Morriss

    Ann Morriss

    Dorothy Mason

  3. Lewis Stone

    Lewis Stone

    Dr. Delford Q. Prescott

  4. Nat Pendleton

    Nat Pendleton

    'Floppy' Phil

  5. Henry O'Neill

    Henry O'Neill

    Mr. Calhoun

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The Chaser
The Chaser

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Status Released

Release Information

  • July 29, 1938
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 16m

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