I Stole a Million

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I Stole a Million is a 1939 film noir crime film starring George Raft as a cab driver turned small-time crook who makes a big score and lives to regret it. The supporting cast includes Claire Trevor, Dick Foran, and Victor Jory. read more

I Stole a Million is a 1939 film noir crime film starring George Raft as a cab driver turned small-time crook who makes a big score and lives to regret it. The supporting cast includes Claire Trevor, Dick Foran, and Victor Jory. The movie was written by Nathanael West based on a story idea by Lester Cole, which in turn was based on the life story of bank robber Roy Gardner. It was directed by Frank Tuttle, and released by Universal Pictures.

Original Release

08/01/1939

US Release

08/01/1939

Cast

George Raft Joe Lourik
Claire Trevor Laura Benson
Dick Foran Paul Carver
Henry Armetta Nick / Nick Respina
Victor Jory Patian
Joe Sawyer Billings
Robert Elliott Peterson
Tom Fadden Verne
John Hamilton Dist. Atty. Wilson / Wilson
George Chandler Herbert
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Frank Tuttle

Writers

Nathanael West, Lester Cole

Cast

George Raft Joe Lourik
Claire Trevor Laura Benson
Dick Foran Paul Carver
Henry Armetta Nick / Nick Respina
Victor Jory Patian
Joe Sawyer Billings
Robert Elliott Peterson
Tom Fadden Verne
John Hamilton Dist. Atty. Wilson / Wilson
George Chandler Herbert
Irving Bacon Simpson
Ernie Adams The Mooch
Raymond Bailey Cabby
John Berkes Hobo - RR Boxcar
Harry C. Bradley Sexton
Virginia Brissac Nurse
Arthur Q. Bryan Cafe Mgr. Forbidding Dancing / Cafe Manager
John Butler Logan - Cab Manager
Hobart Cavanaugh Jenkins' Bespectacled Asst. / Jenkins's Assistant
Eddy Chandler Baggage Car Guard

Producers

Burt Kelly Producer

Editors

Edward Curtiss

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