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White Tiger ()


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Three crooks pull off a magnificent crime. As they're forced to hide out together they slowly begin to distrust each other.

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Sylvia Donovan
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Dick Longworth
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Roy Donovan
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Count Donelli / Hawkes
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Mike Donovan
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Emmett King ...
Bishop Vail - Chessplayer (uncredited)
Lillian Langdon ...
Party Hostess (uncredited)
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Party Host (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tod Browning

Written by

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Tod Browning ... (story)
 
Tod Browning ... (scenario)
 
Charles Kenyon ... (titles)

Cinematography by

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William Fildew

Film Editing by

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Errol Taggart

Art Direction by

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Elmer Sheeley

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Leo McCarey ... assistant director (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Carl Laemmle ... presenter

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Taglines A thrilling picturesque romance of the underworld - a glittering presentation of society life (original print ad) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les fauves (France)
  • El tigre blanco (Spain)
  • ホワイト・タイガー (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Den hvide Tiger (Denmark)
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  • 86 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia A Jewel Production. Universal did not own a proprietary theater network and sought to differentiate its feature product to independent theater owners. Carl Laemmle created a 3-tiered branding system: Red Feather (low budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige films). Jewel releases were promoted as worthy of special promotion in hopes of commanding higher roadshow ticket prices. Universal ended branding in late 1929. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Kingdom of Shadows (1998). See more »

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