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Crack-Up (1936)

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Starring Peter Lorre, Brian Donlevy, Helen Wood, Ralph Morgan, Thomas Beck, J. Carrol

Naish

Directed by Malcolm St. Clair



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Test pilot Brian Donlevy works for a major aircraft plant where a hush-hush project is in

progress. Peter Lorre is a deceptively shy plant technician who is actually the head of a

foreign spy ring. Eager to get his hands on the plans of a new, secret aircraft, Lorre bribes

Donlevy to help him steal the blueprints. Donlevy agrees, and the theft is carried out. But

while the conspirators are making their escape by airplane, the plane develops motor

trouble and crashes-exactly the intention of Donlevy, who isn't as dishonest as he seems.

Crack-Up isn't very deep, but Peter Lorre plays his limited role with a refreshing sense of

sardonic humor.

 

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Starring Peter Lorre, Brian Donlevy, Helen Wood, Ralph Morgan, Thomas Beck, J. Carrol
Naish
Directed by Malcolm St. Clair

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Test pilot Brian Donlevy works for a major aircraft plant where a hush-hush project is in
progress. Peter Lorre is a deceptively shy plant technician who is actually the head of a
foreign spy ring. Eager to get his hands on the plans of a new, secret aircraft, Lorre bribes
Donlevy to help him steal the blueprints. Donlevy agrees, and the theft is carried out. But
while the conspirators are making their escape by airplane, the plane develops motor
trouble and crashes-exactly the intention of Donlevy, who isn't as dishonest as he seems.
Crack-Up isn't very deep, but Peter Lorre plays his limited role with a refreshing sense of
sardonic humor.
 

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