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Catch As Catch Can (1937)

A story of smuggling and jewel thieves on board a liner.




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Cast overview:
Robert Leyland
Viki Dobson ...
Barbara Standish
Eddie Pola ...
Tony Canzari
Al Parsons
John Warwick ...
Eddie Fallon
Maggie Carberry
Paul Blake ...
Jimmy Mageean ...
Paul Sheridan ...
Zoe Wynn ...
Mrs. Kendal


A story of smuggling and jewel thieves on board a liner.

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July 1937 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Crooked Passage  »

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The 28 Year Old James Mason
31 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Mason plays a US Customs agent who is trying to be fair whilst reinforcing the law. What a dull part to play! I couldn't even watch this film to the end because there was no substance in it. I think Mason was lucky to get this role.

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