The Stolen Jools

71
  • NR
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1931
  • Running time: 20 min
In a Los Angeles police station, it is reported that Norma Shearer's pearls have been stolen. A detective is sent to the actress' home to interrogate party guests, most of whom are famous Hollywood stars. The detective ends up chasing leads all over... read more
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In a Los Angeles police station, it is reported that Norma Shearer's pearls have been stolen. A detective is sent to the actress' home to interrogate party guests, most of whom are famous Hollywood stars. The detective ends up chasing leads all over town, ending up at a movie studio, where he learns the truth behind "the slippery pearls."

Original Release

04/04/1931

US Release

04/04/1931

Cast

Wallace Beery Police Sergeant
Buster Keaton Policeman
J. Farrell MacDonald Policeman
Edward G. Robinson Gangster
George E. Stone Gangster
Eddie Kane Inspector Kane / The Detective
Stan Laurel Policeman
Oliver Hardy Police Driver
Norma Shearer Owner of Stolen Jewels
Hedda Hopper Hedda - Norma's Friend
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

William C. McGann, John G. Adolfi, Thomas Atkins, Harold S. Bucquet, Victor Heerman, Russell Mack

Writers

Al Boasberg, Edwin J. Burke, Arthur Caesar, George Arthur Gray, Howard J. Green, Harrison Greene, Percy Heath, Carlisle Jones, Henry Myers, E.K. Nadel, Edgar Allan Woolf

Cast

Wallace Beery Police Sergeant
Buster Keaton Policeman
J. Farrell MacDonald Policeman
Edward G. Robinson Gangster
George E. Stone Gangster
Eddie Kane Inspector Kane / The Detective
Stan Laurel Policeman
Oliver Hardy Police Driver
Norma Shearer Owner of Stolen Jewels
Hedda Hopper Hedda - Norma's Friend
Joan Crawford Joan Crawford
Irene Dunne Irene Dunne
Victor McLaglen Sergeant Flagg
Edmund Lowe Sergeant Quirt
Warner Baxter Cisco Kid Character
Eugene Pallette Reporter
Maurice Chevalier Maurice Chevalier
Loretta Young Loretta Young
Barbara Stanwyck Mrs. Frank Fay
Fay Wray Fay Wray

Producers

Pat Casey Producer
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