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Red Hot Tires (1935)

Approved | | Drama, Crime | 2 February 1935 (USA)
Red Hot Tires is a 1935 American crime drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros., directed by D. Ross Lederman, and starring Lyle Talbot and Mary Astor.

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Red Hot Tires is a 1935 American crime drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros., directed by D. Ross Lederman, and starring Lyle Talbot and Mary Astor.

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Although First National Pictures, Inc. is the original registered copyright owner of this film, the onscreen copyright statement lists Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. The opening credits list Warner Bros. as the producing studio but the closing credits list First National. See more »

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During the in-car shots of the big race, there are several breaks in the rear screen projection footage behind Wally and Pat - either jumping to different parts of the race track, or to a different race track altogether. See more »

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Pine to Palm
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Music by A.C. Liscombe
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5 May 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

An exciting Warners B programmer features some of the best of Warner's stock company, including Lyle Talbot and Mary Astor in the lead, with the ever-dependable Roscoe Karns, Mary Treen, Frankie Darro and Henry Kolker in support. Although the director, Ross Lederman, does not do anything particularly interesting, he directs the dialogue -- including a lot of lines by Dore Schary, at high speed.

The plot crams an awful lot into the movie, perhaps a little too much, but it is certainly typical of Warners B movies, and the cinematographers choose some interesting camera angles to focus on Mary Astor.... always a pleasure to look at, and always able to communicate an interesting combination of brains and beauty. While this is not a great movie, it certainly is worth your time.


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