The Whole Town's Talking1935

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The Whole Town's Talking
Directed by:
John Ford

"The Whole Town's Talking" (also known as "Tutta la città ne parla") is a Comedy/Crime film directed by John Ford, released in the USA on February 22 of 1935 , starring Edward G. Robinson, Jean Arthur, Arthur Hohl, Arthur Byron, Wallace Ford and Donald Meek.

Who directed "The Whole Town's Talking":

The Whole Town's Talking was directed by John Ford, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before directing The Whole Town's Talking, John Ford had directed Judge Priest, released in 1934, The World Moves On (1934), The Lost Patrol (1934), Doctor Bull (1933), Pilgrimage (1933), and Flesh (1932). Since, he directed The Informer, released in 1935, Steamboat Round the Bend (1935), The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936), Mary of Scotland (1936), The Plough and the Stars (1936), and The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938).

When was "The Whole Town's Talking" released:

The Whole Town's Talking was initally released in the United States on Friday, February 22, 1935. Other films released on Friday, February 22, 1935 are Folies Bergre de Paris (dir. Roy Del Ruth) and The Little Colonel (dir. David Butler). This was eighty-four (84) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, November 10, 1972 in Germany.

Who is at the casting of "The Whole Town's Talking":

At the casting of The Whole Town's Talking we find Edward G. Robinson, previously seen in The Little Giant (1933) and Silver Dollar (1932); Jean Arthur (The Silver Horde (1930), The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)); Arthur Hohl (Romance in Manhattan (1935), Lady by Choice (1934)) [ more... ]

  • James Donlan and Arthur Hohl, Arthur Byron, Donald Meek can all be seen in College Coach, released in 1933.
  • James Donlan and Arthur Hohl, Donald Meek also appeared together in Romance in Manhattan, released in 1935.
  • Paul Harvey and Edward G. Robinson, Donald Meek can be seen in Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet, released in 1940.

What is the Storyline of "The Whole Town's Talking":

Arthur Ferguson Jones (Edward G. Robinson) and Wilhelmina Clark (Jean Arthur) work at the same accounting firm. Jones turns out to look exactly like the notorious bank robber "Killer" Mannion (also Robinson) and is apprehended by the police.

After his true identity is confirmed, the district attorney gives Jones a letter identifying him, so that he can avoid the same trouble in future. Jones becomes a local celebrity and, at the behest of his boss (Paul Harvey), begins ghost-writing Mannion's [...]

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