Pacific Blackout

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Pacific Blackout is a 1941 American film about a man who is unjustly convicted of murder. It was directed by Ralph Murphy.

Pacific Blackout is a 1941 American film about a man who is unjustly convicted of murder. It was directed by Ralph Murphy.

Original Release

12/31/1941

US Release

12/31/1941

Cast

Robert Preston Robert Draper
Martha O'Driscoll Mary Jones
Philip Merivale John Runnel / John Runnell
Louis Jean Heydt Harold Kermin
Thurston Hall Williams - Civil Defense Official / Williams
Mary Treen Irene
J. Edward Bromberg Pickpocket
Spencer Charters Cornelius - Garage Night Watchman / Cornelius
Cy Kendall Hotel Clerk
Russell Hicks Commanding Officer
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Ralph Murphy

Writers

Franz Schulz, Curt Siodmak, Lester Cole, W.P. Lipscomb

Cast

Robert Preston Robert Draper
Martha O'Driscoll Mary Jones
Philip Merivale John Runnel / John Runnell
Louis Jean Heydt Harold Kermin
Thurston Hall Williams - Civil Defense Official / Williams
Mary Treen Irene
J. Edward Bromberg Pickpocket
Spencer Charters Cornelius - Garage Night Watchman / Cornelius
Cy Kendall Hotel Clerk
Russell Hicks Commanding Officer
Paul Stanton Judge
Clem Bevans Midas Plant Night Watchman / Midas Plant Night-Watchman
Robert Emmett Keane Mr. Hendrickson - Defense Attorney / Defense Attorney
Edwin Maxwell District Attorney
Rod Cameron Pilot
Eva Gabor Marie Duval
Margaret Armstrong Telephone Operator Supervisor
Sam Ash Official Announcer
Warren Ashe Officious Doctor
John Banner Henchman

Producers

Editors

Thomas Scott

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