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|The Phantom Broadcast|
|Directed by||Phil Rosen|
|Written by||Tristram Tupper|
|Produced by||William T. Lackey |
|Starring||Ralph Forbes |
|Edited by||Carl Pierson|
|Music by||Bernard B. Brown |
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
|March 15, 1933|
The Phantom Broadcast is a 1933 American mystery film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Ralph Forbes, Vivienne Osborne and Gail Patrick. It was based on a story by Tristram Tupper entitled Phantom of the Air.
An arrogant singing radio performer is murdered, apparently by his accompanist who provided the real voice behind his success.
- Ralph Forbes as Norman Wilder
- Vivienne Osborne as Elsa Evans
- Arnold Gray as Grant Murdock
- Gail Patrick as Laura Hamilton
- Paul Page as Dr. Robert Brooks
- Pauline Garon as Nancy
- Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as Sandy Higgins
- Rockliffe Fellowes as Joe Maestro
- Harland Tucker as Program Manager
- Carl Miller as Lefty
- Mary MacLaren as Beth
- George Nash as Artist
- Althea Henley as Model
- George 'Gabby' Hayes as Police Lieutenant
- Louise Beavers as Penny
- Kit Guard as Thug
- Henry Hall as Thornton - Radio Station Manager
- Dick Rush as Policeman
- Bradley p.169
- Bradley, Edwin M. Unsung Hollywood Musicals of the Golden Era: 50 Overlooked Films and Their Stars, 1929–1939. McFarland, 2016.
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