Dante's Inferno

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  • TV-PG
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1935
  • Running time: 89 min
Dante's Inferno is a 1935 motion picture starring Spencer Tracy and loosely based on Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy. The film remains primarily remembered for a 10-minute depiction of hell realised by director Harry Lachman, himself an established... read more

Dante's Inferno is a 1935 motion picture starring Spencer Tracy and loosely based on Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy. The film remains primarily remembered for a 10-minute depiction of hell realised by director Harry Lachman, himself an established post-impressionist painter. This was Fox Film Corporation's last film when the company merged with Twentieth Century Pictures to form 20th Century Fox.

Original Release

07/31/1935

US Release

07/31/1935

Cast

Spencer Tracy Jim Carter
Claire Trevor Betty McWade / Elizabeth "Betty" McWade Carter
Scotty Beckett Alexander Carter / Alexander "Sonny" Carter
Henry B. Walthall Pop McWade
Alan Dinehart Jonesy
Rita Hayworth Dancer
Willard Robertson Inspector Harris
Morgan Wallace Capt. Morgan / Captain Morgan
Don Ameche Man in Stoke-Hold
Oscar Apfel Mr. Williams
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Harry Lachman

Writers

Dante Alighieri, Lou Breslow, Rose Franken, Henry Johnson, Philip Klein, Robert Yost, Lester Cole

Cast

Spencer Tracy Jim Carter
Claire Trevor Betty McWade / Elizabeth "Betty" McWade Carter
Scotty Beckett Alexander Carter / Alexander "Sonny" Carter
Henry B. Walthall Pop McWade
Alan Dinehart Jonesy
Rita Hayworth Dancer
Willard Robertson Inspector Harris
Morgan Wallace Capt. Morgan / Captain Morgan
Don Ameche Man in Stoke-Hold
Oscar Apfel Mr. Williams
Frank Austin Photographer
Hank Bell Carnival Worker
Brooks Benedict Ship Passenger
Hal Boyer College Boy
Joe Brown Baseball Concessionaire
Yakima Canutt Stoker
Johnny Carpenter Concessionaire
George Chan Concessionaire
Frank Conroy Defense Attorney
Ray Corrigan Devil

Producers

Editors

Alfred DeGaetano

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