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|The Curtain Falls|
|Directed by||Charles Lamont|
|Produced by||George R. Batcheller|
|Written by||Karl Brown|
|Cinematography||Milford Arthur Andersen|
|Distributed by||Chesterfield Pictures|
The Curtain Falls is a 1934 drama film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Henrietta Crosman as an elderly actress on the brink of retirement. This film was made and released by the Poverty Row motion picture studio Chesterfield Pictures and was filmed at RKO Studios in Hollywood. Karl Brown wrote the story and screenplay.
A rare film, it is now released on the Alpha DVD.
- Henrietta Crosman as Sarah Crabtree
- Dorothy Lee as Dot Scorsby
- Holmes Herbert as John Scorsby
- Natalie Moorhead as Katherine Scorsby
- John Darrow as Allan Scorsby
- William Bakewell as Barry Graham
- Jameson Thomas as Martin Deveridge
- Dorothy Revier as Helena Deveridge
- Eddie Kane as Taggart
- Aggie Herring as Mrs. McGillicuddy
- Tom Ricketts as Hotel Manager
- Bryant Washburn as Doctor
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