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|Out of Singapore|
|Directed by||Charles Hutchison|
|Written by||Frederick Chapin (story)|
Jack Natteford (screenplay)
|Produced by||Ken Goldsmith|
|Starring||Noah Beery |
|Cinematography||Jacob A. Badaracco|
Edward A. Kull
|Edited by||S. Roy Luby|
|Distributed by||Goldsmith Productions |
First Division Pictures
William Steiner Films
|September 24, 1932|
Out of Singapore is a 1932 American drama film directed by Charles Hutchison and starring Noah Beery, Dorothy Burgess and Miriam Seegar. The film was re-released by Astor Pictures in 1941 as Gangsters of the Sea.
First Mate Woolf Barstow is a corrupt merchant marine officer crewing a cargo ship which sails the Manila-Singapore trade route. He and his henchmen intend to blow the vessel while it is off the coast of Luzon in order to collect the insurance premium.
- Noah Beery Sr. as 1st Mate Woolf Bartstow
- Dorothy Burgess as Concha Renaldo
- Miriam Seegar as Mary Carroll Murray
- George Walsh as 2nd Mate Steve Trent
- Montagu Love as Capt. Scar Murray
- Jimmy Aubrey as Bloater, Drunken Sailor
- Horace B. Carpenter as Capt. Smith
- Olin Francis as Seaman Bill
- Leon Wong as Boss Wong
- Fred Toones as Snowball, the Ship's Cook
- Frank Hall Crane as Capt. Carroll (as Frank Crane)
- William F. Moran as Seaman
- Ernest Butterworth as Sailor (uncredited)
- Ethan Laidlaw as 2nd Mate Miller (uncredited)
- Pitts p.235
- Pitts, Michael R. Astor Pictures: A Filmography and History of the Reissue King, 1933-1965. McFarland, 2019.
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