Released in the USA on May 18 of 1935, "Black Fury" (also known as "In blinder Wut") is a Crime/Drama film directed by Michael Curtiz, and written by Abem Finkel (screenplay) and Harry R. Irving (play "Bohunk") , starring Paul Muni, Karen Morley, William Gargan, Barton MacLane, Vince Barnett and Tully Marshall.
Who directed "Black Fury":
Black Fury was directed by Michael Curtiz, a director, producer, actor, and writer.
Before directing Black Fury, Michael Curtiz had directed Go Into Your Dance, released in 1935, The Case of the Curious Bride (1935), British Agent (1934), The Key (1934), Jimmy the Gent (1934), and Mandalay (1934). Since, he directed Front Page Woman, released in 1935, Little Big Shot (1935), Captain Blood (1935), The Walking Dead (1936), Anthony Adverse (1936), and The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936).
When was "Black Fury" released:
Black Fury was initally released in the United States on Saturday, May 18, 1935.. This was eighty-four (84) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, October 26, 1977 in Germany.
What is the casting of "Black Fury":
At the casting of Black Fury we find Paul Muni, previously seen in Bordertown (1935) and I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932); Karen Morley (Our Daily Bread (1934), Dinner at Eight (1933)); William Gargan (British Agent (1934), Four Frightened People (1934)) [ more... ]
- Paul Muni, Karen Morley, Vince Barnett, Tully Marshall and Purnell Pratt also appeared together in Scarface, released in 1932.
- Tully Marshall, Henry O'Neill and Wade Boteler can be seen in Invisible Stripes, released in 1939.
- Henry O'Neill, Wade Boteler and Ward Bond also appeared together in The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, released in 1938.
- Barton MacLane, Henry O'Neill and Wade Boteler also worked together in The Walking Dead, released in 1936.
- Purnell Pratt and Tully Marshall, Wade Boteler also appeared together in Diamond Jim, released in 1935.
- Vince Barnett, Henry O'Neill and Willard Robertson also appeared in The Virginian, released in 1946.
- Egon Brecher and Barton MacLane, Willard Robertson have all also be seen in You and Me, released in 1938.
- Karen Morley, Vince Barnett and Ward Bond also appeared together in Flesh, released in 1932.
- Henry O'Neill, Willard Robertson and Ward Bond also appeared in The Go Getter, released in 1937.
- Ward Bond and Henry O'Neill, Mae Marsh also appeared together in The Wings of Eagles, released in 1957.
- Ward Bond and Barton MacLane, Egon Brecher also worked together in Manpower, released in 1941.
- Henry O'Neill, Willard Robertson and Wade Boteler can all be seen in Castle on the Hudson, released in 1940.
- Egon Brecher and Henry O'Neill, Wade Boteler have all also be seen in Knute Rockne All American, released in 1940.
- Ward Bond and Henry O'Neill, Egon Brecher also appeared together in Confessions of a Nazi Spy, released in 1939.
- Paul Muni, Henry O'Neill and Egon Brecher can be seen in Juarez, released in 1939.
- Henry O'Neill and Paul Muni, Barton MacLane also appeared in Dr. Socrates, released in 1935.
- Willard Robertson, Wade Boteler and Ward Bond also appeared together in The Gorgeous Hussy, released in 1936.
- Paul Muni, Henry O'Neill and Wade Boteler also appeared in Bordertown, released in 1935.
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