Heroes for Sale

What good are medals on tortured breasts?

Category: Drama
Tom Holmes is someone guided by honesty and moral rectitude, a heroic veteran of the World War I marked by the unbearable suffering caused by his battle wounds, a traumatized but courageous man who will experience, in the years to come, the pain of misfortune but also the happiness of success and hope and love for other human beings.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1933-06-17
Run time: 72 minute / 1:12
Budget: $290,000
Director: William A. Wellman
Writers: Robert Lord, Wilson Mizner.
Production Company : First National Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Richard Barthelmess
as Tom Holmes
Aline MacMahon
as Mary Dennis
Loretta Young
as Ruth Loring
Gordon Westcott
as Roger Winston
Robert Barrat
as Max Brinker
Berton Churchill
as Mr. Winston
Grant Mitchell
as George Gibson
Charley Grapewin
as Pa Dennis
Robert McWade
as Dr. Briggs
G. Pat Collins
as Leader of Agitators
James Murray
as Blind Soldier
Edwin Maxwell
as Laundry Company President
Margaret Seddon
as Jeanette Holmes
Arthur Vinton
as Captain Joyce
Robert Elliott
as 'Red' Squad Policeman #1
John Marston
as The Judge (voice)
Ward Bond
as Red (uncredited)
Ronnie Cosby
as Young Bill Holmes (uncredited)
Douglass Dumbrille
as Chief Engineer Jim (uncredited)
John "Skins" Miller
as Angry Laundry Worker (uncredited)
Hal B. Wallis Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Orry-Kelly Costume Design

William A. Wellman Director

Jack Okey Art Direction

Bernhard Kaun Original Music Composer

Robert Lord Screenplay
Wilson Mizner Screenplay

Howard Bretherton Editor

James Van Trees Director of Photography

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