Sing Sinner Sing (August 17, 1933)
Released August 17, 1933: (running time 66 minutes) A torch singer on a gambling ship marries a drunk millionaire, and her gangster boyfriend is out for revenge.
Produced by Phil Goldstone and Larry Darmour
Directed by Howard Christie
Written by Wilson Collison and Edward T. Lowe, Jr..
The Actors: Paul Lukas (Phil Crida), Leila Hyams (Lela Larson), Don Dillaway (Ted Rendon), Ruth Donnelly (Maggie Flannigan), George E. Stone (Spats, casino cashier), Joyce Compton (Gwen), Jill Dennett (Sadie), Arthur Hoyt (Uncle Homer), Walter McGrail (Louis), Gladys Blake (Cecily Gordon), Arthur Housman (Jerry), Edgar Norton (Roberts the butler), John St. Polis (James Parks), Stella Adams (Aunt Emily), Pat O'Malley (henchman Conley), Walter Brennan (henchman Riordan), Walter Humphrey (Uncle Johann van Puyten), Harrison Greene (the barker), Henry Hall (the jury foreman), Broderick O'Farrell (the judge), Lee Phelps (the court baliff)
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The Torch Singer, The Drunk Millionaire, and the Vengeful Gangster
Paul Lukas, born in Budapest, Hungary in 1891, became a U.S. citizen in 1933, the same year he worked in this movie. In this adventure, he is Phil Carida, a gangster who operates a gambling ship off the coast of Los Angeles. He loves many of the young girls that dance in the nightclub casino, but deeply loves his torch singing star, Lela Larson.
The gambling ship torch singer is played by green-eyed blonde Leila Hyams, one of the sexiest but sophisticated actors in the pre-code era. She was so particular about her appearance, that when she was dressed up to go out, she attached a small bag to her garter underneath her dress. Inside that bag was a spare pair of silk stockings, in case she got a run in her stockings during the evening. In this adventure, she loves her gangster boyfriend, but she knows that he shares his love with many of the girls in the nightclub show.
Actor Don Dillaway is a drunk millionaire who falls in love with the torch singer and persuades her to run away with him and get married. Once married, the torch singer tries to reform her drunken husband, who, like her gangster boyfriend, will not stay faithful to her, but party with other girls while she stays home with the stone-faced butler.
For all her good intentions to reform her drunken husband, the blonde torch singer will be convicted of murder by a jury of her peers. . . . A murder that she did not commit. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Don Dillaway and Jill Dennett
Don Dillaway and Leila Hyams
Edgar Norton and Leila Hyams
Edgar Norton and Leila Hyams
Harrison Greene and Don Dillaway
Leila Hyams and Joyce Compton
Leila Hyams and Paul Lukas
Leila Hyams and Ruth Donnelly
Paul Lukas and Leila Hyams
Walter Brennan and Pat O'Malley