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Upper World (1934)

Upper World





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In this clash-of-class melodrama, set in New York City, railroad tycoon Warren William is neglected by his social-climbing wife Mary Astor. He goes out on the town and strikes up a reasonably chaste friendship with good-hearted showgirl Ginger Rogers. Rogers' ex-boyfriend J. Carroll Naish sees an opportunity to blackmail William.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Ben Hecht, Ben Markson
In Theaters:
Warner Bros. Pictures


Warren William
as Allexander 'Alex' St...
Mary Astor
as Mrs. Hettie Stream
Ginger Rogers
as Lilly Linda
Dickie Moore
as Tommy Stream
Andy Devine
as Oscar the Chauffeur
J. Carrol Naish
as Lou Colima
Robert Greig
as Caldwell the Butler
Robert H. Barrat
as Commissioner Clark
Willard Robertson
as Capt. Reynolds
John Qualen
as Chris the Janitor
Sidney Toler
as Officer Moran
Frank Sheridan
as Inspector Kellogg
Nora Cecil
as Housekeeper
Lester Dorr
as Steward
Cliff Saum
as Sailor
John Elliott
as Crandall
Armand Kaliz
as Maurice
Joyce Owen
as Chorus Girl
Lucille Collins
as Chorus Girl
Jay Eaton
as Salesman
Guy Usher
as Carter
Clay Clement
as Medical Examiner
James Durkin
as Detective
Jack Cheatham
as Detective
Edwin Stanley
as Fingerprint Expert
Frank Conroy
as Attorney
Tom McGuire
as Bailiff
Bert Moorhouse
as Court Clerk
Harry Seymour
as Passerby
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Warren William's character is a little much of an asshole to be likeable; don't think that was the movies intention.

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