The Road to Reno (0)

The Road to Reno
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating NR
Runtime 1hr 14mins.
Genres Drama, Crime, Short Film
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Brian Marlow Screenwriter 120461 3
Ted Osborn Actor Linda's Attorney 1 7
Samuel S Hinds Actor Sylvia's Attorney 1 8
Tom Douglas Actor Jeff Millet 1 8
Maurice E Wright Editor 172 6
Paul Landres Editor 172 6
Wynne Gibson Actor Mrs. It-Ritch 1 6
Jack Otterson Art Director 183 8
Charles G Clarke Art Director 183 8
Vera West Costume Designer 169 15
Virginia Kellogg Short Story Author 120472 30
Adrienne Ames Actor 1 12
Emile Chautard Actor Andre 1 11
Leni Stengel Actor Mrs. Stafford Howes 1 10
Jimmy McHugh Songwriter 120463 5
Irving Pichel Actor Robert Millet 1 5
Adele Comandini Screenwriter 120461 3
Josephine Lovett Screenwriter 120461 3
Edmund Grainger Producer 3 2
Charles "Buddy" Rogers Actor Tom Wood 1 2
Richard Wallace Director 2 1
Charles Kenyon Screenwriter 120461 3
Roy Chanslor Screenwriter 120461 3
George Robinson Cinematographer 402 4
Helen Broderick Actor Aunt Minerva 1 4
William "Stage" Boyd Actor Jerry Kenton 1 4
Spencer Charters Actor The Judge 1 4
Glenda Farrell Actor Sylvia Shane 1 3
S Sylvan Simon Director 2 1
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