Death on the Diamond

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Death on the Diamond is a 1934 mystery film starring Robert Young as a baseball player who has to figure out who is trying to murder the members of his team, the Saint Louis Cardinals. It was based on the novel Death on the Diamond: A Baseball Mystery... read more

Death on the Diamond is a 1934 mystery film starring Robert Young as a baseball player who has to figure out who is trying to murder the members of his team, the Saint Louis Cardinals. It was based on the novel Death on the Diamond: A Baseball Mystery Story by Cortland Fitzsimmons, directed by Edward Sedgwick and produced and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Original Release

09/14/1934

US Release

09/14/1934

Cast

Robert Young Larry Evans / Larry Kelly
Madge Evans Frances Clark
Nat Pendleton Harry O'Toole / 'Truck' Hogan
Ted Healy 'Truck' Hogan / Terrence 'Terry' / 'Crawfish' O'Toole
Ernie Alexander Dick
Brooks Benedict Game Radio Announcer
Bruce Bennett Man on Ticket Line
Ward Bond Security Guard in Kelly's Room
Walter Brennan Hot Dog Vendor
Don Brodie Man on Ticket Line
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Edward Sedgwick

Writers

Harvey F. Thew, Cortland Fitzsimmons, Ralph Spence, Joseph Sherman

Cast

Robert Young Larry Evans / Larry Kelly
Madge Evans Frances Clark
Nat Pendleton Harry O'Toole / 'Truck' Hogan
Ted Healy 'Truck' Hogan / Terrence 'Terry' / 'Crawfish' O'Toole
Ernie Alexander Dick
Brooks Benedict Game Radio Announcer
Bruce Bennett Man on Ticket Line
Ward Bond Security Guard in Kelly's Room
Walter Brennan Hot Dog Vendor
Don Brodie Man on Ticket Line
Francis X. Bushman Jr. Sam Warmack - Cardinal Pitcher
St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Players
Jack Cheatham Pool Player
Heinie Conklin Hot Dog Vendor
Baldwin Cooke Cardinal Player
Jules Cowles Driving Farmer Listening to Game on Radio
Chicago Cubs Baseball Players
James Ellison Cubs Player
Jim Farley Charlie - Policeman at St. Louis Stadium
Franklyn Farnum Baseball Fan

Producers

Editors

Frank Sullivan

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