Three Sons

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  • TV-G
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1939
  • Running time: 72 min
Three Sons is a 1939 American drama film directed by Jack Hively using a screenplay by John Twist, based on the novel, Sweepings by Lester Cohen. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, and released on October 13, 1939, it is a remake of an... read more

Three Sons is a 1939 American drama film directed by Jack Hively using a screenplay by John Twist, based on the novel, Sweepings by Lester Cohen. Produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, and released on October 13, 1939, it is a remake of an earlier RKO film, Sweepings (1933). The film stars Edward Ellis, William Gargan, J. Edward Bromberg and Robert Stanton (whose real name was Kirby Grant, which he would use for most of his career). Gargan, who plays the uncle in this film, had played one of the sons in the earlier film.

Original Release

10/13/1939

US Release

10/13/1939

Cast

Edward Ellis Daniel Pardway
William Gargan Thane Pardway
Kent Taylor Gene Pardway
J. Edward Bromberg Abe Ullman
Katharine Alexander Abigail Pardway
Virginia Vale Phoebe Pardway
Kirby Grant Bert Pardway
Dick Hogan Freddie Pardway
Grady Sutton Grimson
Pamela Blake Mamie Donaldson
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Jack Hively

Writers

John Twist, Lester Cohen

Cast

Edward Ellis Daniel Pardway
William Gargan Thane Pardway
Kent Taylor Gene Pardway
J. Edward Bromberg Abe Ullman
Katharine Alexander Abigail Pardway
Virginia Vale Phoebe Pardway
Kirby Grant Bert Pardway
Dick Hogan Freddie Pardway
Grady Sutton Grimson
Pamela Blake Mamie Donaldson
Alexander D'Arcy Prince Nicky - Phoebe's Husband
Barbara Pepper Viola
Joseph E. Bernard Pardway's Butler
Margaret Bert Miss Clark
Paul E. Burns Photographer
Ricardo Lord Cezon Little Boy
Mary Gordon Woman at Barn Fire
Roy Gordon Banker
Jesse Graves 'Sambo' - Porter
Harrison Greene Agent

Producers

Robert Sisk Producer

Editors

Theron Warth

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