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Manpower

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Electric company foreman Hank McHenry (Edward G. Robinson) works with his friend Johnny Marshall (George Raft). Upon the death of an older worker in an accident, Hank and Johnny visit the man's daughter, Fay (Marlene Dietrich), who has just been released from jail. Johnny takes an instant dislike to the jaded Fay, but Hank begins courting her and, despite not loving him, Fay eventually marries him. Later, when Hank brings Johnny home for care when he is ill, Fay falls in love and sparks fly.

Cast

Edward G. Robinson
as Hank 'Gimpy' McHenry
George Raft
as Johnny Marshall
Alan Hale
as Jumbo Wells
Eve Arden
as Dolly
Barton MacLane
as Smiley Quinn
Walter Catlett
as Sidney Whipple
Joyce Compton
as Scarlett
Ward Bond
as Eddie Adams
Egon Brecher
as Pop Duval
Ben Welden
as Al Hurst
Carl Harbaugh
as Noisy Nash
Barbara Land
as Marilyn
Ralph Dunn
as Man at Phone
Harry Strang
as Foreman
Nat Carr
as Waiter
John Kelly
as Bouncer
Isabel Withers
as Floor Nurse
James Flavin
as Orderly
Nella Walker
as Floorlady
Harry Holman
as Justice of the Peace
Dorothy Vaughan
as Mrs. Boyle
W. Beal Wong
as Chinese Singer
Jane Randolph
as Hat Check Girl
Eddy Chandler
as Detective
Lee Phelps
as Detective
Billy Wayne
as Taxi Driver
Joyce Bryant
as Miss Brewster
Joe Devlin
as Bartender
Pat McKee
as Bouncer
Georgia Caine
as Head Nurse
Fred Graham
as Lineman
Murray Alper
as Lineman
Dick Wessel
as Lineman
Harry Seymour
as Piano Player
Jean Ames
as Thelma
Frank Mayo
as Doorman
William Gould
as Desk Sergeant
Leah Baird
as Matron
Lynne Baggett
as Bit Part
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  • Jun 20, 2013
    Heated dramatics made great by the wonderful Robinson and Marlene Dietrich.
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