The Wet Parade

Categories: Drama, History, Romance
The evils of alcohol before and during prohibition become evident as we see its effects on the rich Chilcote family and the hard working Tarleton family.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1932-03-26
Run time: 118 minute / 1:58
Director: Victor Fleming
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America





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Dorothy Jordan
as Maggie May
Lewis Stone
as Roger Chilcote
Neil Hamilton
as Roger Chilcote, Jr.
Emma Dunn
as Mrs. Chilcote
Frederick Burton
as Major Randolph
Reginald Barlow
as Judge Brandon
John Larkin
as Moses
Gertrude Howard
as Angelina
Robert Young
as Kip Tarleton
Walter Huston
as Pow Tarleton
Jimmy Durante
as Abe Shilling
Wallace Ford
as Jerry Tyler
Myrna Loy
as Eileen Pinchon
Joan Marsh
as Evelyn Fessenden
John Miljan
as Major Doleshal
Clarence Muse
as Taylor Tibbs
Clara Blandick
as Mrs. Tarleton
Forrester Harvey
as Mr. Fortesque
John Beck
as Mr. Garrison
Ben Alexander
as Evelyn's Friend (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson
as Barman at New Year Party (uncredited)
Jack Baxley
as Wilson Supporter (uncredited)
Don Brodie
as Would-Be Bootlegger (uncredited)
Ann Brody
as Mrs. Schwartz (uncredited)
Berton Churchill
as Roger's Uncle Dick (uncredited)
Heinie Conklin
as Drunk (uncredited)
Cecil Cunningham
as Mrs. Twombey - Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Max Davidson
as Mr. Schwartz (uncredited)
Gordon De Main
as Eye Specialist (uncredited)
Louise Emmons
as Cackling Hag in New York City Bar (uncredited)
Jim Farley
as Bar Proprietor (uncredited)
Bud Geary
as Nightclub Waiter (uncredited)
Julia Griffith
as Club Eileen Customer (uncredited)
Sherry Hall
as Would-Be Bootlegger (uncredited)
Harry Holman
as Wilson Supporter (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten
as Nightclubber Asking the Time (uncredited)
George Irving
as Judge (uncredited)
Jack Jordan
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Edward LeSaint
as Southerner (uncredited)
Tom Mahoney
as Pete - Policeman (uncredited)
Eily Malyon
as Irish Drunk's Wife (uncredited)
Philo McCullough
as Bar Customer (uncredited)
Frank McGlynn Jr.
as Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as Food Control Speaker (uncredited)
Matt McHugh
as Shorty the Bellboy (uncredited)
Carlyle Moore Jr.
as Evelyn's Friend (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer
as Dinner Guest (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
as Saloon Waiter (uncredited)
Broderick O'Farrell
as Bootleg Financial Backer (uncredited)
Bradley Page
as Frankie - Bootlegger (uncredited)
Frank Rice
as Expectant Father / Bootleg Thug (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore
as Speakeasy Bartender (uncredited)
Hector V. Sarno
as Would-Be Bootlegger (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook
as Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Theodore von Eltz
as Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Morgan Wallace
as Bootlegger Leader (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson
as Charles Evan Hughes Campaigner (uncredited)
Woodrow Wilson
as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Camera
George Barnes Director of Photography

Directing
Victor Fleming Director

Art
Cedric Gibbons Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Adrian Costume Design

Sound
Douglas Shearer Sound Director

Writing
John Lee Mahin Adaptation
John Lee Mahin Writer

Sound
William Axt Music

Editing
Anne Bauchens Editor

Writing
Upton Sinclair Novel





















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