One-Way Ticket

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One Way Ticket is a 1935 film from Columbia Pictures directed by Herbert Biberman starring Lloyd Nolan, Peggy Conklin and Walter Connolly. The film is based on the novel One-Way Ticket by Ethel Turner (New York, 1934). It is a prison drama in which a... read more

One Way Ticket is a 1935 film from Columbia Pictures directed by Herbert Biberman starring Lloyd Nolan, Peggy Conklin and Walter Connolly. The film is based on the novel One-Way Ticket by Ethel Turner (New York, 1934). It is a prison drama in which a man becomes a robber following the authorities' failure to convict a corrupt banker. It was the directorial debut of Biberman, a playwright and theatre director of Marxist political leanings; following some theatrical success in New York, he signed a two-picture deal with Columbia in 1934, and it was followed by Meet Nero Wolfe in 1936.

Original Release

11/25/1935

US Release

11/25/1935

Cast

Directors

Herbert J. Biberman

Writers

Joseph Anthony, Oliver H.P. Garrett, Grover Jones, Vincent Lawrence, Ethel Turner

Cast

Lloyd Nolan Jerry
Peggy Conklin Ronnie
Walter Connolly Captain Bourne / Captain Bill Bourne
Edith Fellows Ellen
Gloria Shea Willa
Nana Bryant Mrs. Bourne
Thurston Hall Mr. Ritchie
George McKay Martin
Robert Middlemass Bender
Willie Fung Wing
Jack Rube Clifford Charlie (as Jack Clifford) / Charlie
James Flavin Ed
Harry Adams Police Chief
Augusta Anderson Mrs. Wilkins
William Anderson Boy
Wyrley Birch Manager of Art Office
Stanley Blystone State Police Officer
Earle D. Bunn Mechanic
Frederick Burton Judge
Maurice Cass Art Class Professor

Producers

Editors

John Rawlins

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