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|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Written by||Faith Baldwin |
|Produced by||George R. Batcheller|
|Starring||Valerie Hobson |
G. P. Huntley
|Edited by||Roland D. Reed|
|Distributed by||Chesterfield Pictures|
|February 18, 1936|
August Weekend or August Week End or Week-End Madness is a 1936 American drama film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Valerie Hobson, Paul Harvey and G. P. Huntley. The screenplay was adapted by Paul Perez from a story by Faith Baldwin. It was produced by Chesterfield Motion Pictures and distributed by Grand National Distributors.
- Valerie Hobson as Claire Barry
- Paul Harvey as George Washburne
- G. P. Huntley as Kim Sherwood
- Betty Compson as Ethel Ames
- Frank Melton as Ronnie Washburne
- Edgar Norton as Grimsby
- Gigi Parrish as Elinor
- Maynard Holmes as Dave Maxwell
- Claire McDowell as Alma Washburne
- Howard C. Hickman as Spencer
- Paul West as Taxi Driver
- Phyllis Crane as Receptionist at switchboard
- Jack Gardner as Tom, secretary of Northern Country Club
- Paul Irving as Max Stanfield
- Dorothea Kent as Midge Washburne
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