Blood Money (1933) Movie Details

Blood Money
English
Rowland Brown
Alfred Newman
20th Century Pictures
(India)
1 hr 5 mins
7.6/10
Rating: 7.6/10 from 90 users

Blood Money Movie Cast

George Bancroft
as Bill Bailey
Judith Anderson
as Ruby Darling
Frances Dee
as Elaine Talbart
Chick Chandler
as Drury Darling
Blossom Seeley
Blossom Seeley as Singer
Etienne Girardot
as Bail Bond Clerk
George Regas
as Charley
Henry Lewis Jr.
Henry Lewis Jr. as Jewish Client's Son
Bess Flowers
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Noel Francis
as Red's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse
as One of Charley's Henchmen (uncredited)
Dennis O'Keefe
as Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)

Blood Money Crew List

Director :
Writer : Rowland Brown , Hal Long
Producer : Darryl F. Zanuck
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : James Van Trees
Editor : Lloyd Nosler
Art Direction : Albert S. D'Agostino

Blood Money International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
17-11-1933
India
17-11-1933

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The title refers to the business of affable, ambitious bail bondsman (and politically-connected grifter) Bill Bailey (George Bancroft), who, in the course of his work, crosses paths with every kind of offender there is, from first-time defendants to career criminals.

Blood Money

Blood Money is a 1933 English Film stars George Bancroft , Rowland Brown , Rowland Brown , Hal Long , Darryl F. Zanuck , Alfred Newman , James Van Trees , Judith Anderson , Frances Dee , Chick Chandler , Blossom Seeley , Etienne Girardot , George Regas , Henry Lewis Jr. , Bess Flowers , Noel Francis , Bert Moorhouse , Dennis O'Keefe , Lloyd Nosler , Albert S. D'Agostino , directed by Rowland Brown & music by Alfred Newman.