Passed | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
A mystery writer and his sweetheart are held hostage by a fugitive gangster, who hopes to get writer's help in devising the "perfect crime"
The play opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 19 January 1932 and closed in February 1933 after 265 performances. Ernest Truex and Edward Arnold originated their movie roles in the play. The opening night cast also included Claire Trevor in the role of Toby Van Buren.
Mr. Van Buren:
What have you been doing to my daughter?
Toby Van Buren: Practically everything! And if you don't let me marry him now...
After Wally tells Slim about the $10,000 and Slim is walking into the adjoining room whistling, the mic shadow is clearly visible on the upper left hand side of the frame.
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