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Men of the Hour (1935)

 -  Action | Drama | Mystery  -  5 May 1935 (USA)
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Dave Durfkin and Andy Blane are a pair of ace newsreel cameramen with Durkin being the assistant who does all the dirty work, with Blane getting the credit and collecting the bonuses. They ... See full summary »

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Richard Cromwell ...
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Jack La Rue ...
Nick Thomas
Wesley Barry ...
Charles C. Wilson ...
Harper (as Charles Wilson)
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Eddie Hart ...
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Joe
Pat O'Malley ...
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Gene Morgan ...
Walters
Stanley Taylor ...
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Dick Elliott ...
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Allan Cavan ...
Minister (as Allen Caven)
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Dave Durfkin and Andy Blane are a pair of ace newsreel cameramen with Durkin being the assistant who does all the dirty work, with Blane getting the credit and collecting the bonuses. They are both in love with Ann Jordan. Fed up with being double-crossed, Durkin quits the team and goes free-lancing on his own...and promptly screws up. Now he has to find a big story to redeem himself in Ann's eyes. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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