The Dark Angel

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In this film, Alan Trent, Kitty Vane, and Gerald Shannon have been friends since childhood. Though Gerald is in love with Kitty, it is Alan who wins her hand in marriage. But before the wedding can take place, WWI intervenes, and both Alan and Gerald march off with their regiments.


Fredric March
as Alan Trent
Merle Oberon
as Kitty Vane
Herbert Marshall
as Gerald Shannon
Vesey O'Davoren
as Voices at Station
Janet Beecher
as Mrs. Shannon
John Halliday
as Sir George Barton
Henrietta Crosman
as Granny Vane
Claud Allister
as Lawrence Bidley
Sarah Edwards
as Mrs. Bidley
John Miltern
as Mr. Vane
Lawrence Grant
as Mr. Tanner
Ann Fielder
as Mrs. Gallop
David Torrence
as Mr. Shannon
Cora Sue Collins
as Kitty as a child
Jimmy Butler
as Gerald as a Child
Jimmy Baxter
as Alan as a child
Randolph Connolly
as Lawrence as a Child
Edward Cooper
as Martin, the Butler
Andy Arbuckle
as Mr. Gallop
Silvia Vaughan
as Landlady at Inn
Murdock MacQuarrie
as Waiter at Inn
Holmes Herbert
as Major in Dugout
Robert Hale
as Orderly in Dugout
Douglas Gordon
as Porter at Station
Gunnis Davis
as News Vendor at Station
Harold Howard
as Jarvis, The Station Attendant
Bud Geary
as Officers at Station
Jack Deery
as Officers at Station
Roy Darmour
as Officers at Station
Walt Voegeler
as Officers at Station
Carl Voss
as Officers at Station
Colin Kenny
as Officers at Station
C. Montague Shaw
as Train Passenger
Albert Russell
as Innkeeper
Vernon P. Downing
as Man in Dormitory
Charles Tannen
as Man in Dormitory
Frederick Sewall
as Man in Dormitory
Robert Carleton
as Man in Dormitory
Philip Dare
as Man in Dormitory
Claude King
as Sir Mordaunt
Phyllis Coghlan
as Shannon Maide
Tom Moore
as Hunt Guest
Sam Harris
as Hunt Guest
Doris Stone
as Hunt Guest
Louise M. Bates
as Hunt Guest
Audrey Scott
as Hunt Guest
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Audience Reviews for The Dark Angel

  • Jul 22, 2013
    Another 30s movie, another Fredric March appearance. I do swear that the guy was in everything. Although a wee bit sappy and sentimental, it is well put together. A Sunday afternoon kind of film.
    John B Super Reviewer

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