The Earl of Chicago

Can a Lord of England be a Czar of the underworld?

Category: Drama
A behind the times Chicago bootlegger goes to England with his lawyer to claim his estate as the Earl of Gorley.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1940-01-05
Run time: 87 minute / 1:27
Director: Richard Thorpe
Writer: Lesser Samuels
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America





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Robert Montgomery
as Robert Kilmount
Edward Arnold
as Quentin 'Doc' Ramsey
Reginald Owen
as Gervase Gonwell
Edmund Gwenn
as Munsey, the Butler
E.E. Clive
as Mr. Redwood
Ronald Sinclair
as Master Gerald Kilmount
Norma Varden
as Maureen Kilmount
Halliwell Hobbes
as Lord Chancellor
Ian Wolfe
as Reading Clerk (as Ian Wulf)
Peter Godfrey
as Judson
Billy Bevan
as Castle Guide
Lowden Adams
as Floor Waiter (uncredited)
Harry Allen
as Mayor (uncredited)
Radford Allen
as Boy (uncredited)
George Anderson
as Prison Guard (uncredited)
Jimmy Aubrey
as Cockney (uncredited)
Frank Baker
as Policeman (uncredited)
Barbara Bedford
as Ramsey's Secretary Martha Jackson (uncredited)
Vangie Beilby
as Old Maid (uncredited)
Frank Benson
as Sexton (uncredited)
Art Berry Sr.
as Seedsman (uncredited)
Ted Billings
as Townsman Outside House of Lords (uncredited)
Gladys Blake
as 'Babe', Silken Legs (uncredited)
Barlowe Borland
as Fingal (uncredited)
Matthew Boulton
as Ickerton (uncredited)
John Burton
as Clerk (uncredited)
David Clyde
as Hanger-on (uncredited)
James Conaty
as Lord (uncredited)
Bob Corey
as Fisherman (uncredited)
Alec Craig
as Fingal's Son (uncredited)
Sayre Dearing
as Gunman in Card Game (uncredited)
David Dunbar
as Plowman (uncredited)
Paul England
as Chief Constable (uncredited)
Henry Flynn
as Villager (uncredited)
Colonel Ford
as Villager (uncredited)
William Haade
as Crapshooter (uncredited)
Alec Harford
as Mr. Dell (uncredited)
Sam Harris
as Lord (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert
as Sergeant-at-Arms (uncredited)
Harold Howard
as Fisherman (uncredited)
Kenneth Hunter
as Lord Tyrmanell (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten
as Hodges (uncredited)
Ellis Irving
as Russell (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Presiding Magistrate (uncredited)
Gladden James
as Silky's Secretary (uncredited)
P.J. Kelly
as Hanger-on (uncredited)
Colin Kenny
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Claude King
as Yeoman Usher (uncredited)
Leyton Lee
as Adjutant (uncredited)
Miles Mander
as Attorney General (uncredited)
Eddie Marr
as Kilmount Salesman with Gun (uncredited)
Harold Miller
as House of Lords Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer
as Lord (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie
as Mr. Allington (uncredited)
Arthur Mulliner
as Mr. Brackton (uncredited)
Forbes Murray
as Diplomat (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
as Turnkey (uncredited)
Nora Perry
as Receptionist (uncredited)
Tempe Pigott
as Mrs. Oakes (uncredited)
'Snub' Pollard
as Townsman (uncredited)
John Power
as Tourist (uncredited)
Yvonne Severn
as Village Girl (uncredited)
Ivan F. Simpson
as Hargraves (uncredited)
William Stack
as Coroner (uncredited)
Ralph Stock
as Constable (uncredited)
Zeffie Tilbury
as Miss Nana (uncredited)
Anthony Warde
as Kilmount Salesman (uncredited)
Robert Warwick
as Clerk at Parliament (uncredited)
Ben Webster
as Gaffer Oakes (uncredited)
Ben Welden
as Silky's Driver (uncredited)
Frederick Worlock
as Lord Elfie (uncredited)
Camera
Karl Freund Director of Photography

Sound
Werner R. Heymann Music

Art
Cedric Gibbons Art Direction
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration

Editing
Frank Sullivan Editor

Production
Victor Saville Producer

Camera
Ray June Director of Photography

Sound
Douglas Shearer Recording Supervision
George Bassman Orchestrator
Leo Arnaud Orchestrator

Art
Urie McCleary Assistant Art Director

Writing
Brock Williams Novel

Directing
Richard Thorpe Director

Writing
Lesser Samuels Screenplay
Gene Fowler Story
Charles de Grandcourt Story

Sound
Charles Maxwell Orchestrator
Murray Cutter Orchestrator





















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