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Back Street(1932)

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Brief Synopsis

Cast & Crew

John M. Stahl Director
Irene Dunne Ray Schmidt
John Boles Walter Saxel
George Meeker Kurt Shendler
ZaSu Pitts Mrs. Dole
June Clyde Freda Schmidt
William Bakewell Richard Saxel
Arletta Duncan Beth Saxel
Doris Lloyd Corinne Saxel
Paul Weigel Adolph Schmidt
Jane Darwell Mrs. Schmidt
Shirley Grey Francine
James Donlan Phothero
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  San Diego premiere: 4 Aug 1932
Release Date:  1932 Production Date:  Carl Laemmle, President; A John M. Stahl Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Universal Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Universal Pictures Corp.
Duration(mins):  84 or 86 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • Back Street

    Dot 2013-09-07

    I saw this movie years ago on TCM and fell in love with Irene Dunne. The 1932 version was the first and best of the later versions of Back Street, which is... MORE>

  • Back street (1932)

    Lou Cato 2013-06-13

    Great movie. Timeless. Well acted and scripted. Been waiting many years for a DVD copy to purchase. MORE>

  • Back Street, 1932 Version

    Dan Desjardins 2012-08-24

    I first saw this film quite by chance at le Cinmathque in the year 2000, with the lasting impression it was the best film Irene Dunne ever made. Of course,... MORE>