Dust Be My Destiny

Categories: Crime, Drama
Embittered after serving time for a burglary he did not commit, Joe Bell is soon back in jail, on a prison farm. His love for the foreman's daughter leads to a fight between them, leading to the older man's death due to a weak heart. Joe and Mabel go on the run as he thinks no-one would believe a nobody like him.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1939-09-16
Run time: 88 minute / 1:28
Director: Lewis Seiler
Production Companies : Warner Bros. Pictures, First National Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



John Garfield
as Joe Bell
Priscilla Lane
as Mabel Alden
Alan Hale
as Michael 'Mike' Leonard
Frank McHugh
as Caruthers
Billy Halop
as Hank Glenn
Bobby Jordan
as Jimmy Glenn
Charley Grapewin
as Pop, a Brakeman
Henry Armetta
as Nick Spelucci
Stanley Ridges
as Charles 'Charlie' Garreth
John Litel
as Prosecutor
Moroni Olsen
as Slim Jones, Joe's Defense Attorney
Victor Kilian
as Doc Saunders
Frank Jaquet
as Ab Connors
Ferike Boros
as Delicatessen Proprietress
Marc Lawrence
as Venetti
Arthur Aylesworth
as Magistrate
William B. Davidson
as Work Farm Warden
George Irving
as Judge
Gertrude Astor
as Dame (uncredited)
Ward Bond
as Thug (uncredited)
Wade Boteler
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey
as Nick's First Customer (uncredited)
Yakima Canutt
as Ambulance Man (uncredited)
Nat Carr
as Film Developer (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler
as Second Detective (uncredited)
Spencer Charters
as F.W. Jennson - Jailer (uncredited)
Cliff Clark
as First Detective (uncredited)
Chester Clute
as Movie Theatre Manager (uncredited)
Frank Coghlan Jr.
as Newsboy (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing
as Second Railroad Cop (uncredited)
George Guhl
as Policeman (uncredited)
Creighton Hale
as Nick's Second Customer (uncredited)
Charles Halton
as Pawnshop Owner (uncredited)
John Hamilton
as First Warden (uncredited)
Lew Harvey
as Truckman (uncredited)
Al Herman
as Wedding Audience Member (uncredited)
Max Hoffman Jr.
as Doctor (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes
as Jury Foreman (uncredited)
William Hopper
as Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Kane
as Wedding Emcee (uncredited)
David Kerman
as Boy (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw
as Cop in Montage (uncredited)
Glenn Langan
as Warden's Secretary (uncredited)
Walter Miller
as Rosedale Station Master (uncredited)
Jack Mower
as Mr. Grady - First Railroad Cop (uncredited)
George O'Hanlon
as Man at Bank After Robbery (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley
as Bailiff (uncredited)
George Offerman, Jr.
as Work Farm Prisoner (uncredited)
Frank Orth
as Wedding Witness on Stage (uncredited)
Garry Owen
as Milkman (uncredited)
Paul Panzer
as Work Farm Gate Guard (uncredited)
Norman Phillips Jr.
as Boy (uncredited)
John J. Richardson
as Man Asking for a Match (uncredited)
Cliff Saum
as Jury Member (uncredited)
John Sheehan
as County Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
Lee Shumway
as Policeman (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
as Truck Driver (uncredited)
Anthony Warde
as Second Thug (uncredited)
Dick Wessel
as Customer (uncredited)
Lottie Williams
as Wedding Dress Helper (uncredited)
Tom Wilson
as Work Farm Guard (uncredited)
Isabel Withers
as Jail Matron (uncredited)
Maris Wrixon
as Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
Max Steiner Original Music Composer

Hal B. Wallis Executive Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Perc Westmore Makeup Artist

Robert B. Lee Sound
Hugo Friedhofer Orchestrator

James Wong Howe Director of Photography

Robert Rossen Writer

Leo F. Forbstein Music Director

Warren Low Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Milo Anderson Costume Design

Byron Haskin Special Effects

Lewis Seiler Director

Jerome Odlum Novel

Hugh Reticker Art Direction

Louis F. Edelman Associate Producer

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