Diamond Jim (1935)

Director: A. Edward Sutherland

Writer(s): Harry Clork, Doris Malloy, Parker Morell (novel), Preston Sturges

Starring: Edward Arnold, Jean Arthur, Binnie Barnes, Cesar Romero, Eric Blore, Hugh O’Connell, George Sidney, Robert McWade, Charles Sellon, Henry Kolker, William Demarest, Albert Conti, Armand Kaliz, Tully Marshall, Purnell Pratt, Helen Brown, Stanley Andrews, Sam Appel, William Arnold, Irving Bacon, Barbara Barondess, Wade Boteler, Harry C. Bradley, Al Bridge, Ralph Brooks, Daisy Bufford, Orrin Burke, Bobby Burns, Jack Carlyle, Allan Cavan, Eddy Chandler, Alex Chivra, Russ Clark, Mabel Colcord, Eddie Collins, Gino Corrado, Dan Crimmins, Edwards Davis, Jean De Briac, Germaine De Neel, George DeNormand, Kay Deslys, Jimmie Dundee, George Ernest, Dot Farley, Jim Farley, Patricia Farley, Sam Flint, Eddie Foster, Charles K. French, Clarence Geldart, Joseph W. Girard, Dorothy Granger, Frank Hagney, Charles Hammer, Otis Harlan, Sam Hayes, Edward Hearn, Dell Henderson, Al Hill, Bill Hoolahahn, Arthur Housman, Bill Howard, Arthur Stuart Hull, Mitchell Ingraham, Billy Jones, Darby Jones, Jane Keckley, Lew Kelly, Fred Kelsey, Emmett King, John Larkin, Jean Laverty, Louis LaVoie, Edward LeSaint, Ralph Lewis, George MacQuarrie, Murdock MacQuarrie, Eily Malyon, Charles McAvoy, Billy McClain, Francis McDonald, J.P. McGowan, Malcolm McGregor, Matt McHugh, Robert McKenzie, Addie McPhail, Greta Meyer, Arthur Millett, John Miltern, Charles R. Moore, Edwin Mordant, Jack Mower, Harold Nelson, Wilfrid North, William H. O’Brien, Robert Emmett O’Connor, Henry Otho, Marina Passerova, Bob Perry, Bernice Pilot, Lee Prather, George Reed, Cyril Ring, Julian Rivero, Marshall Ruth, Gay Seabrook, C. Montague Shaw, C.L. Sherwood, Herbert Skinner, John St. Clair, Hayden Stevenson, Libby Taylor, William H. Tooker, Richard Tucker, Maidel Turner, Anders Van Haden, Dorothy Vernon, Malcolm Waite, Mary Wallace, William Welsh, Larry Wheat, Huey White, Lloyd Whitlock, David Worth, William Worthington, Baby Wyman

Synopsis: The story of legendary gambler Diamond Jim Brady and his romance with entertainer Lillian Russell.

Release Date: September 2, 1935 (USA) | Length: 88 min | Genre: Biography, Drama | Certificate: Unknown

Note: Missing trailer. Above is a clip from the film.