Let 'em Have It (1935)

Let 'em Have It


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Produced independently by Edward Small, this surprisingly realistic gangster yarn stars stalwart Richard Arlen as Mal Stevens, an attorney recruited by the newly organized Federal Bureau of Investigation. After Mal and a couple of fellow recruits, Van Rensseler (Harvey Stephens) and Tex Logan (Gordon Jones), foil a plot by Joe Keefer (Bruce Cabot) to kidnap Eleanor Spencer (Virginia Bruce), the trusting debutante foolishly secures Joe's parole. From the outside, Keefer then masterminds a prison … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Elmer Harris, Joseph Moncure March
In Theaters:
On DVD: Oct 18, 2005


as Mal Stevens

as Eleanor Spencer

as Van Rensseler

as Joe Keefer

as Aunt Ethel

as Buddy Spencer

as Mrs. Keefer

as Department Chief

as Ex-Senator Reilly

as Thompson

as Big Bill

as `Brooklyn'

as Police Captain

as Reconstructionist

as Dr. Hoffman

as Instructor

as Ma Harrison

as Parole Chairman

as Instructor
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