Red Salute

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Red Salute is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Young. Based on a story by Humphrey Pearson, the film is about the daughter of an US Army general who becomes involved with a Communist... read more

Red Salute is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Young. Based on a story by Humphrey Pearson, the film is about the daughter of an US Army general who becomes involved with a Communist agitator in order to annoy her father. The general has his daughter kidnapped and taken to Mexico, where he hopes she will forget her radical boyfriend and become attracted to a young handsome soldier.

Original Release

09/12/1935

US Release

09/12/1935

Cast

Barbara Stanwyck Drue Van Allen
Robert Young Jeff
Hardie Albright Leonard Arner
Cliff Edwards P.J. Rooney
Ruth Donnelly Mrs. Edith Rooney
Gordon Jones Michael (Lefty) Jones
Paul Stanton Louis Martin
Purnell Pratt Gen. Van Allen
Nella Walker Aunt Betty
Arthur Vinton Joe Beal
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Sidney Lanfield

Writers

Humphrey Pearson, Manuel Seff, Elmer Harris

Cast

Barbara Stanwyck Drue Van Allen
Robert Young Jeff
Hardie Albright Leonard Arner
Cliff Edwards P.J. Rooney
Ruth Donnelly Mrs. Edith Rooney
Gordon Jones Michael (Lefty) Jones
Paul Stanton Louis Martin
Purnell Pratt Gen. Van Allen
Nella Walker Aunt Betty
Arthur Vinton Joe Beal
Edward McWade Baldy
Henry Kolker Dean
Allan Cavan Army Officer
Ferdinand Gottschalk League Speaker
Selmer Jackson Army Officer
David Newell Student
Jack Cheatham Border Patrolman
Harry Bowen Prisoner
Eddy Chandler Jailer
Joe Dominguez Rubio - Chauffeur

Producers

Editors

Grant Whytock

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