The Hatchet Man1932

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The Hatchet Man
Directed by:
William A. Wellman

Released in the USA on February 04 of 1932, "The Hatchet Man" (also known as "Uomo dalla scure, L'") is a Crime/Drama film directed by William A. Wellman , starring Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, Dudley Digges, Leslie Fenton, Edmund Breese and Tully Marshall.

Who directed "The Hatchet Man":

The Hatchet Man was directed by William A. Wellman, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before The Hatchet Man, William A. Wellman had directed Night Nurse, released in 1931, The Public Enemy (1931), Other Men's Women (1931), Beggars of Life (1928), Ladies of the Mob (1928), and The Legion of the Condemned (1928). Since, he directed So Big!, released in 1932, Love Is a Racket (1932), The Purchase Price (1932), Frisco Jenny (1932), Central Airport (1933), and Lilly Turner (1933).

What was the release date of "The Hatchet Man":

The Hatchet Man was first released on Thursday, February 04, 1932, in the United States.. This was eighty-seven (87) years ago.

What is the cast of "The Hatchet Man":

At the casting of The Hatchet Man we find Edward G. Robinson, previously seen in Five Star Final (1931) and Smart Money (1931); Loretta Young (I Like Your Nerve (1931), Three Girls Lost (1931)); Dudley Digges (The Maltese Falcon (1931), Outward Bound (1930)) [ more... ]

What is the Storyline of "The Hatchet Man":

Wong Low Get (Edward G. Robinson) is the most highly respected hatchet man of his Tong. Having sworn total allegiance, he cannot turn down an order, even one to kill his best friend Sun Yat Ming? (J. Carrol Naish). His friend forgives him in advance of his execution, begging only that Wong raise his daughter Toya San (Loretta Young) as his own. Wong does as he has sworn, but as she grows up, he falls in love with her. She marries him out of a sense of obligation, but a handsome younger gangster, Harry En [...]

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