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|The President's Mystery|
|Directed by||Phil Rosen|
|Written by||Franklin Delano Roosevelt (story concept)|
Samuel Hopkins Adams (story)
Lester Cole (screenplay)
John Erskine (story)
Rupert Hughes (story)
Fulton Oursler (story)
S.S. Van Dine (story)
Rita Weiman (story)
Nathanael West (screenplay)
|Produced by||Burt Kelly (associate producer)|
Nat Levine (producer)
Albert E. Levoy (executive producer)
|Edited by||Robert L. Simpson|
|Music by||Hugo Riesenfeld|
|September 28, 1936|
53 minutes (edited US version)
The President's Mystery is a 1936 American film directed by Phil Rosen.
The film is also known as One for All in the United Kingdom.
The film deals with a "problem Mr. Roosevelt submitted . . . whether it was possible for a man, weary of faithless friends and a wasted life, to convert a $5,000,000 estate into cash, disappear and start anew in some worth-while activity."
(cited from The New York Times – Monday, April 16, 2012)
- Henry Wilcoxon as James Blake
- Betty Furness as Charlotte Brown
- Sidney Blackmer as George Sartos
- Evelyn Brent as Ilka Blake
- Barnett Parker as Roger
- Mel Ruick as Andrew
- Wade Boteler as Sheriff
- John Wray as Shane
- Guy Usher as Police Lieutenant
- Robert Homans as Sergeant
- Si Jenks as Earl
- Arthur Aylesworth as Joe Reed
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