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Sunday Sinners (1940)

| Comedy, Drama, Musical
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Earl Sydnor Earl Sydnor ... Rev. Jesse Hampton
Norman Astwood Norman Astwood ... Gene Aiken
Edna Mae Harris Edna Mae Harris ... Corrine Aiken
Cristola Williams Cristola Williams ... Creola, the singer
Ernie Ransom Ernie Ransom ... Ray Hampton
Alberta Perkins Alberta Perkins ... Mama Jay
Alec Lovejoy Alec Lovejoy ... Eli (as Alex Lovejoy)
Sidney Easton Sidney Easton ... Bootsie
Al Young Al Young ... Chin Lee
Herman Green Herman Green ... Rosco, fat gangster
Mamie Smith Mamie Smith ... Mamie, the bar owner
George Williams George Williams ... Crackerjack, thin gangster
Thelma Norton Thelma Norton ... Peggy Hampton
Harold Norton Harold Norton ... Earl Williams
Percy Verwayen Percy Verwayen ... Teck Adams
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Goldberg Productions See more »
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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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okay comedy drama over comes its below poverty budget
3 December 2006 | by dbborroughsSee all my reviews

The local preacher is in hot water with some of his congregation because he tolerates a local night club. The preachers attitude is that so long as they remain closed on the Sabbath he has no problem with people blowing off a little steam. However he changes his mind when the club opens on Sunday. Meanwhile the club owner has other problems on his plate including a gang who wants to provide protection.

Amusing comedy drama has some funny lines, a good cast and just enough spark to make you for get that this was made for less than dollar. Running about an hour its a good introduction to some of the many films that were made in the 30's and 40's by producers too poor to even rate being included in "Poverty Row". Don't let the sparseness of the budget keep you away, this is a decent little film thats worth a look if you run across it.


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