Tin Gods (1932 film)

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Tin Gods
Directed by F.W. Kraemer
Written by Edgar C. Middleton
Produced byF.W. Kraemer
Starring Frank Cellier
Dorothy Bartlam
Evan Thomas
Distributed byPathé Pictures
Release date
25 July 1932
Running time
52 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Tin Gods is a 1932 British drama film directed by F.W. Kraemer and starring Frank Cellier, Dorothy Bartlam and Evan Thomas. It was made at Welwyn Studios as a second feature by British International Pictures. [1]



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  1. Wood p.73