|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Written by|| Michael L. Simmons |
|Produced by||Ben Pivar|
|Starring|| Richard Arlen |
|Edited by||Maurice Wright|
|Music by||Charles Previn|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|September 1, 1939|
Tropic Fury is a 1939 American action film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Richard Arlen, Andy Devine and Beverly Roberts. 
Andrew Vabre Devine was an American character actor known for his distinctive raspy, crackly voice and roles in Western films, including his role as Cookie, the sidekick of Roy Rogers in 10 feature films. He also appeared alongside John Wayne in films such as Stagecoach (1939), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and How the West Was Won. He is also remembered as Jingles on the TV series The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok from 1951 to 1958, as Danny McGuire in A Star Is Born (1937), and as the voice of Friar Tuck in the Disney Animation Studio film Robin Hood (1973).
Richard Arlen was an American actor of film and television.
Guadalupe Natalia Tovar, known professionally as Lupita Tovar, was a Mexican-born American actress and centenarian best known for her starring role in the 1931 Spanish-language version of Drácula, filmed in Los Angeles by Universal Pictures at night using the same sets as the Bela Lugosi version, but with a different cast and director. She also starred in the 1932 film Santa, one of the first Mexican sound films, and one of the first commercial Spanish-language sound films.
Mary Loretta Philbin was an American film actress of the silent film era, who is best known for playing the roles of Christine Daaé in the 1925 film The Phantom of the Opera opposite Lon Chaney, and as Dea in The Man Who Laughs alongside Conrad Veidt. Both roles cast her as the beauty in Beauty and the Beast-type stories.
Paul Kohner was an Austrian-American talent agent and producer who managed the careers of many stars and others—like Ingrid Bergman, Maurice Chevalier, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, John Huston, Liv Ullmann and Billy Wilder—of the golden age of Hollywood, especially those who came from Europe before World War II. He was married to the Mexican-American actress, Lupita Tovar. His brother was Frederick Kohner, a novelist and screenwriter, his daughter was the actress Susan Kohner. His grandsons are the filmmakers Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz.
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Joseph N. Ermolieff (1889–1962) was a Russian-born film producer. Ermolieff was a prominent figure in early Russian cinema during the Imperial era, owning large studios in Yalta and Moscow. He fled to France following the Russian Revolution and became an established producer there, founding the company Films Albatros. As well as Paris he also worked at the Emelka Studios in Munich. In 1936 he enjoyed a major international success with The Czar's Courier, and he moved to the United States the following year planning to remake the film in English. He settled in America and became a citizen in 1942, but struggled to establish himself in Hollywood despite producing occasional films such as Outpost in Morocco (1949) and Fort Algiers (1953). In 1944 he produced a Mexican version of Michael Strogoff (1944).
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Broken Lives is a 1935 Spanish drama film directed by Eusebio Fernández Ardavín and starring Lupita Tovar, Maruchi Fresno and Enrique Zabala. Contracts with the crew were signed in Barcelona and Madrid in August and September 1934. Filming commenced in October of the same year at CEA Studios in Madrid. The film was produced by INCA Films, it was the company's first sound movie. The premier took place on 20 April 1935 in Cine Avenida. It was released in the United States in 1935.
Yankee Don is a 1931 American Western film directed by Noel M. Smith and starring Richard Talmadge, Lupita Tovar and Julian Rivero.
Joy Street is a 1929 American film directed by Raymond Cannon and starring Lois Moran, Nick Stuart and Rex Bell. It was made by the Fox Film Corporation using the studio's Movietone system to record music and sound effects.
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Mutiny on the Blackhawk is a 1939 American adventure film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, and Constance Moore, and was released on September 1, 1939.
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