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|Four Days' Wonder|
|Directed by||Sidney Salkow|
|Written by||Harvey F. Thew |
|Based on||Four Days Wonder by A.A. Milne|
|Produced by||Robert Presnell Sr.|
|Starring||Jeanne Dante |
|Edited by||Russell F. Schoengarth |
|Music by||Charles Previn|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|December 3, 1936|
Four Days' Wonder is a 1936 American comedy mystery film directed by Sidney Salkow and starring Jeanne Dante, Kenneth Howell and Martha Sleeper. Produced by Universal Pictures, the film is based on the 1933 novel "Four Days' Wonder" by British writer A. A. Milne (New York, 1933). It was the first feature directed by Sidney Salkow.
A child is accused of murder.
- Four Days' Wonder Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 4, Iss. 37, (Jan 1, 1937): 13.
- Obituary: Sidney Salkow: [FOREIGN Edition] Vallance, Tom. The Independent31 Oct 2000: 6.
- NEWS OF THE SCREEN: ' The Road to Glory,' With Fredric March, and 'Jailbreak,' Newcomers at Rivoli and Strand. New York Times 5 Aug 1936: 15.
- Family Life Gets a Break in Play Named 'Call It a Day' Chicago Daily Tribune 15 Nov 1936: E2.
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