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Let Us Live (1939) Poster

(1939)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

John Brahm

Writing Credits  

Anthony Veiller ... (screenplay) &
Allen Rivkin ... (screenplay)
 
Joseph F. Dinneen ... (story "Murder in Massachusetts")

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

...
Mary Roberts
...
John J. 'Brick' Tennant
...
Police Lt. Everett
Alan Baxter ...
Joe Linden
Stanley Ridges ...
District Attorney
Henry Kolker ...
Chief of Police
George Lynn ...
Joe Taylor (as Peter Lynn)
George Douglas ...
Ed Walsh
Phillip Trent ...
Frank Burke (as Philip Trent)
Martin Spellman ...
Jimmy Dugan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Norman Ainsley ...
New York Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Eric Alden ...
Cop (uncredited)
Herbert Ashley ...
Sam (uncredited)
Earl Askam ...
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey ...
Drug Clerk Juror (uncredited)
Harry Bernard ...
Auto Show Watchman (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard ...
Man in Courtroom Corridor (uncredited)
James Blaine ...
Detective (uncredited)
Sammy Blum ...
Chef (uncredited)
Harry C. Bradley ...
Hijacked Motorist (uncredited)
James P. Burtis ...
Taxi Cab Mechanic (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler ...
Detective with First Cab Driver (uncredited)
George Chesebro ...
Prison Visitor's Room Guard (uncredited)
Jack Clifford ...
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb ...
Fingerprint Man (uncredited)
Chuck Colean ...
Movie Projectionist (uncredited)
Alec Craig ...
Bookkeeper Juror (uncredited)
Kernan Cripps ...
Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Beatrice Curtis ...
Waitress (uncredited)
Dick Curtis ...
Convict on Death Row (uncredited)
Joe De Stefani ...
Dentist Juror (uncredited)
Mike Donovan ...
Cop (uncredited)
...
Secretary Juror (uncredited)
Phil Dunham ...
Nervous Juror (uncredited)
Dick Elliott ...
Rotarian Juror (uncredited)
Frank Fanning ...
Detective Brown (uncredited)
Betty Farrington ...
Mother Juror (uncredited)
Carl Faulkner ...
Detective (uncredited)
Al Ferguson ...
Death Row Guard (uncredited)
Joseph Forte ...
Prison Doctor (uncredited)
Byron Foulger ...
Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Mary Foy ...
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Bud Geary ...
Cop at Line-up (uncredited)
Kit Guard ...
Convict on Death Row (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ...
Bailiff (uncredited)
Forrester Harvey ...
Death Row Inmate Asking for His Music (uncredited)
Edward Hearn ...
Detective Carson (uncredited)
Al Herman ...
Garage Attendant Juror (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood ...
Theatre Watchman (uncredited)
Fay Holderness ...
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Harry Hollingsworth ...
Detective Stone (uncredited)
Harry Holman ...
J.B. - Businessman Juror (uncredited)
Robert Homans ...
'Unlucky' Cop (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull ...
Crandall (uncredited)
Dick Jensen ...
Detective (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee ...
Hardware Store Proprietor (uncredited)
Joe King ...
Police Inspector Cavanaugh (uncredited)
Brady Kline ...
Detective Hennessey (uncredited)
Wright Kramer ...
Appeals Judge (uncredited)
...
Auto Salesman (uncredited)
Billy Lee ...
Boy in Window (uncredited)
Sharon Lewis ...
Buyer Juror (uncredited)
Arthur Loft ...
Warden (uncredited)
Tom London ...
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Stanley Mack ...
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Tom Mahoney ...
Second Bailiff (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy ...
Death Row Guard (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel ...
Mose - Hold-Up Witness (uncredited)
Bruce Mitchell ...
Cop (uncredited)
William V. Mong ...
Joe Taylor, Sr. (uncredited)
Philip Morris ...
Detective (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ...
Detective (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley ...
Police Captain (uncredited)
Ted Oliver ...
Detective (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr. ...
Bank Teller (uncredited)
Jessie Perry ...
Head of P.T.A. Juror (uncredited)
Lee Phelps ...
Cop (uncredited)
Lee Prather ...
Cop (uncredited)
...
Dan (uncredited)
Gus Reed ...
Man Asking J.B. How the Trial Went (uncredited)
Ralph Remley ...
Bill Henderson (uncredited)
William Royle ...
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Dick Rush ...
Cop (uncredited)
Marshall Ruth ...
Peter Roxbury - Cab Driver (uncredited)
Ernest Shields ...
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Lee Shumway ...
Warden's Attendant (uncredited)
Walter Soderling ...
Janitor - Hold-Up Witness (uncredited)
Ray Stewart ...
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
George Taylor ...
Death Row Prisoner (uncredited)
Ted Thompson ...
New York Hotel Assistant Manager (uncredited)
Charles Trowbridge ...
Trial Judge (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal ...
Charwoman at Theatre Hold-Up (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Monte Vandergrift ...
Police Detective Dietz (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan ...
Bank Cashier (uncredited)
Bess Wade ...
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Ethel Wales ...
Ella - Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Ray Walker ...
Drunken Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Walker ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Billy Wayne ...
Witness at Theatre Hold-Up (uncredited)
Lillian West ...
District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson ...
Lunchroom Proprietor (uncredited)
Frank Yaconelli ...
Norman Cameron - Cab Driver (uncredited)
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Produced by 

William Perlberg ... producer

Music by 

Karol Rathaus

Cinematography by 

Lucien Ballard

Film Editing by 

Al Clark

Art Direction by 

Lionel Banks

Costume Design by 

Robert Kalloch ... (as Kalloch) (gowns)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

William Mull ... assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

George Cooper ... sound (uncredited)
Percy Townsend ... sound (uncredited)

Music Department 

Morris Stoloff ... musical director (as M.W. Stoloff)
Ben Oakland ... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Louis Silvers ... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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