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The Rush Hour ()


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Margie Dolan
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Dan Morley
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Yvonne Dorée
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William Finch
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Dunrock
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Professor Jones
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Travel Agent (uncredited)
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Chanteuse at Bohemia Cafe (uncredited)
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Seasick Shipboard Passenger (uncredited)
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Troublemaker at Bohemia Cafe (uncredited)

Directed by

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E. Mason Hopper

Written by

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Fanny Hatton ... (story "The Azure Shore")
 
Frederic Hatton ... (story "The Azure Shore")
 
Leslie Mason ... (titles)
 
Zelda Sears ... (adaptation)
 
Fred Stanley ... (writer)

Cinematography by

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Dewey Wrigley

Film Editing by

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W. Donn Hayes ... (as Donn Hayes)

Art Direction by

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Charles L. Cadwallader ... (as Charles Cadwallader)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charles C. Coleman ... assistant director (as C.C. Coleman)

Music Department

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Rudolph Berliner ... music compiler (uncredited)

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John C. Flinn ... presenter
F. McGrew Willis ... supervisor

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Also Known As
  • ラッシュ・アワー(1928) (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Paris de Contrabando (Brazil)
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  • 60 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Although opening sequences are supposedly set in New York City and on the Staten Island Ferry, they were actually filmed in San Francisco and on San Francisco Bay. See more »
Goofs In the opening sequences, Margie and Dan rush for a trolley to take them to the Ferry Boat. It's supposed to be Staten Island, but the Howard Street Line #35 trolleys and Ferry Building are all very obviously San Francisco. See more »

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