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Law of the Sea (film)

Law of the Sea
Directed by Otto Brower
Produced by I. E. Chadwick
Written by Lee Chadwick(story, adaptation)
Paul Jones(dialogue)
Starring William Farnum
Priscilla Dean
Ralph Ince
Cinematography Archie Stout
Edited by Carl Pierson
Distributed by Monogram Pictures
Release dates January 20, 1932
Running time 64 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Law of the Sea is a 1932 sound film produced by Chadwick Pictures and originally distributed through Monogram Pictures. It has had several video releases such as on VHS from Grapevine. The film was directed by Otto Brower and stars several silent film favorites such as William Farnum, Priscilla Dean in one of her last films, veteran Ralph Ince and attractive Eve Southern.[1]

Cast

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  • Jack Clifford - First Mate
  • Heinie Conklin - Fireman
  • Kit Guard - Seaman
  • Jack Roper - Seaman
  • Syd Saylor - Sailor
  • Charles F. Taylor - Fire Chief

References

  1. ^ The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 by The American Film Institute, c.1993

External links

  • Law of the Sea at IMDb.com
  • Law of the Seaallmovie/synopsis;
  • Law of the Sea available for free download at Archive.org ] (*may not play in Explorer; but plays in Firefox)
  • Law of the Sea viewable on YouTube
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