The Secret Bride

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1934
  • Running time: 64 min
The Secret Bride is a 1934 American drama film directed by William Dieterle and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Warren William. Based on the play Concealment by Leonard Ide, the film is about governor's daughter and a state attorney general who are forced... read more

The Secret Bride is a 1934 American drama film directed by William Dieterle and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Warren William. Based on the play Concealment by Leonard Ide, the film is about governor's daughter and a state attorney general who are forced to keep their marriage secret after the governor is accused of a crime.

Original Release

12/22/1934

US Release

12/22/1934

Cast

Barbara Stanwyck Ruth Vincent
Warren William Robert Sheldon
Glenda Farrell Hazel Normandie
Grant Mitchell Willis Martin
Spencer Charters Second Diner
Lyle Talbot Trailer Narrator
Arthur Byron Governor W.H. Vincent
Henry O'Neill Jim Lansdale
Douglass Dumbrille Dave Breeden / Breeden
Arthur Aylesworth Lt. Tom Nigard / Police Lt. Tom Nigard
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

William Dieterle

Writers

Leonard Ide, Tom Buckingham, F. Hugh Herbert, Mary C. McCall Jr.

Cast

Barbara Stanwyck Ruth Vincent
Warren William Robert Sheldon
Glenda Farrell Hazel Normandie
Grant Mitchell Willis Martin
Spencer Charters Second Diner
Lyle Talbot Trailer Narrator
Arthur Byron Governor W.H. Vincent
Henry O'Neill Jim Lansdale
Douglass Dumbrille Dave Breeden / Breeden
Arthur Aylesworth Lt. Tom Nigard / Police Lt. Tom Nigard
Willard Robertson Representative Grosvenor
William B. Davidson Representative McPherson
Russell Hicks John F. Holdstock
Vince Barnett Drunk in Diner
Bill Elliott Governor's Secretary
Selmer Jackson Vincent's Counsel
William Bailey Court Reporter
William A. Boardway Attorney
Wade Boteler Second Policeman
James Burke Diner Counterman

Producers

Editors

Owen Marks

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