The Penalty

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The Penalty is a 1941 American crime film directed by Harold S. Bucquet and written by Harry Ruskin and John C. Higgins. The film stars Edward Arnold, Lionel Barrymore, Marsha Hunt, Robert Sterling, Gene Reynolds and Emma Dunn. read more

The Penalty is a 1941 American crime film directed by Harold S. Bucquet and written by Harry Ruskin and John C. Higgins. The film stars Edward Arnold, Lionel Barrymore, Marsha Hunt, Robert Sterling, Gene Reynolds and Emma Dunn. The film was released on March 14, 1941, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Original Release

03/14/1941

US Release

03/14/1941

Cast

King Baggot Man in Bank
William Bailey Man in Courtroom
John Butler Arthur White, Man Who Got 12 Workers
Ken Christy Loganville Police Chief
Joe Devlin Shorty
Byron Foulger Bank Manager
Fred Graham Newspaper Truck Hopper
Al Hill Coney, Stuff's Henchman
Paul Kruger Detective at Bank Robbery Scene
Ethan Laidlaw Worker
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Harold S. Bucquet

Writers

Harry Ruskin, Martin Berkeley, John C. Higgins

Cast

King Baggot Man in Bank
William Bailey Man in Courtroom
John Butler Arthur White, Man Who Got 12 Workers
Ken Christy Loganville Police Chief
Joe Devlin Shorty
Byron Foulger Bank Manager
Fred Graham Newspaper Truck Hopper
Al Hill Coney, Stuff's Henchman
Paul Kruger Detective at Bank Robbery Scene
Ethan Laidlaw Worker
William Lally Police Sergeant
George Lynn George, Police Operative
Alonzo Price Police Capt. Harbridge
Don Rowan Taylor, Big Worker Socked by Shorty
Tim Ryan Police Sergeant
Gus Schilling Parkins, Bank Teller / Bank Teller
Brick Sullivan Policeman at Bank Robbery Scene
William Tannen State Trooper with Machine Gun
Harry Tenbrook Worker
Charles Wagenheim Taxi Driver

Producers

Editors

Ralph E. Winters

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