By Whose Hand? (1932)

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By Whose Hand? (1932)

A man (Nat Pendleton) tries to hide aboard a moving train after murdering a jewelry magnate.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
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IMDb   6.7 /10
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Creators
Director Benjamin Stoloff
Writer Harry Adler
Information
Release Date1932-07-05
Runtime1h 5min
GenreMystery
Content RatingPassed (Passed)
Awards
CompanyColumbia Pictures
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish, French
Jimmyas Jimmy
Aliceas Alice
Chambersas Chambers
Ethel Kenyon
Ethel Kenyon
Eileenas Eileen
William V. Mong
William V. Mong
Grahamas Graham
Dolores Ray
Dolores Ray
Brideas Bride
Nat Pendleton
Nat Pendleton
Killer Delmar.as Killer Delmar.
Tom Dugan
Tom Dugan
Drunkas Drunk
Dwight Frye
Dwight Frye
Chickas Chick
Billy Bletcher
Billy Bletcher
Police Radio Dispatcheras Police Radio Dispatcher
Kit Guard
Kit Guard
Trainmanas Trainman
William Halligan
William Halligan
Detectiveas Detective
DeWitt Jennings
DeWitt Jennings
City Editoras City Editor
Eddie Kane
Eddie Kane
Eileen's Accompliceas Eileen's Accomplice
Spinster Train Passengeras Spinster Train Passenger
Train Conductoras Train Conductor
Mrs. Leonard - Widowas Mrs. Leonard - Widow
Lee Phelps
Lee Phelps
Ticket Agentas Ticket Agent

By Whose Hand? (1932 film)

By Whose Hand? is a 1932 American mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Ben Lyon, Barbara Weeks and Kenneth Thomson.

In London the film premiered on a double bill with Michael Powell's quota quickie His Lordship.

A print is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.


Cast

  • Ben Lyon as Jimmy
  • Barbara Weeks as Alice
  • Kenneth Thomson as Chambers
  • Ethel Kenyon as Eileen
  • William V. Mong as Graham
  • Dolores Ray as Bride
  • Nat Pendleton as The Killer
  • Tom Dugan as Drunk
  • Dwight Frye as Chick