|I Believed in You|
|Directed by||Irving Cummings|
|Screenplay by||William M. Conselman|
|Story by||William Anthony McGuire|
|Starring|| Rosemary Ames |
|Edited by||Alfred DeGaetano|
|Music by||Samuel Kaylin|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
I Believed in You is a 1934 American pre-Code drama film directed by Irving Cummings and written by William M. Conselman. The film stars Rosemary Ames, John Boles, Victor Jory, Gertrude Michael, George Meeker and Leslie Fenton. The film was released on February 23, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.   
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