Fast Workers

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1933
  • Running time: 66 min
Fast Workers depicts the friendship between a pair of riveters - Gunner (John Gilbert) and Bucker (Robert Armstrong), who keep themselves honest by stealing each other's girl. This practice goes terribly awry when streetwise grifter gal Mary (Mae... read more
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Fast Workers depicts the friendship between a pair of riveters - Gunner (John Gilbert) and Bucker (Robert Armstrong), who keep themselves honest by stealing each other's girl. This practice goes terribly awry when streetwise grifter gal Mary (Mae Clarke) becomes the middle of their perpetual triangle. Director Tod Browning, better known for macabre masterpieces, delivers the goods with deft characterizations and a stunning eye for the dramatic in the film's skyscraper and speak-easy setting.

Original Release

03/10/1933

US Release

03/10/1933

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Cast

Directors

Tod Browning

Writers

John McDermott, Laurence Stallings, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Carey Wilson

Cast

John Gilbert Gunner Smith
Robert Armstrong Bucker Reilly
Mae Clarke Mary
Sterling Holloway Pinky Magoo
Muriel Kirkland Millie
Vince Barnett Spike
Virginia Cherrill Virginia
Muriel Evans Nurse
Guy Usher Scudder
Warner Richmond Feets Wilson
Robert Adair Mr. Shore - Millie's Boyfriend / Mr. Shore (Uncredited)
Reginald Barlow Judge / Judge (Uncredited)
Herman Bing Schultz / Schultz (Uncredited)
Stanley Blystone Cop in Alley / Cop in Alley (Uncredited)
Nora Cecil Tall Window-Shopper / Tall Window-Shopper (Uncredited)
Joan Crawford Ivy Stevens / Ivy Stevens (Archive Footage) (Uncredited)
Irene Franklin Lily White / Lily White (Uncredited)
Neil Hamilton Actor in Film Clip (edited from 'Laughing Sinners') / Actor in Film Clip (Edited from 'Laughing Sinners') (Archive Footage) (Uncredited)
Otto Hoffman James Collins / James Collins (Uncredited)
Hans Joby Waiter at Schultz's / Waiter at Schultz's (Uncredited)

Producers

Editors

Ben Lewis

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