Gambling Ship Movie Review 1933

Information and Film Reviews for Gambling Ship the Movie

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Tired of life as a gambling boss, Ace Corbin (Grant) decides to retire and assumes a new identity as a businessman on a cross-country train trip. He meets Eleanor (Hume), who's pretending to be a socialite but is really the mistress of Joe (Vinton), who owns a failing gambling ship. Ace winds up buying the venture to settle a score with rival Pete (LaRue) but Pete doesn't take kindly to his new competition.

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Nostalgia Family Video/Hollywood's Attic, PO Box 606, Baker City, OR 97814, Toll-free: 800-784-3362, Email: info@nostalgiafamilyvideo.com, URL: http://www.nostalgiafamilyvideo.com

Available on VHS
Running time 72 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Gambling, Trains, Sail Away
Screenplay
Max Marcin
Cast
Cary Grant, Benita Hume, Glenda Farrell, Roscoe Karns, Arthur Vinton, Jack LaRue
Cinematography
Charles B(ryant) Lang
Director
Louis Gasnier, Max Marcin
Music
Werner R. Heymann, Oscar Levant

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