• Adventure
  • Rated: PG
  • Director: Dick Rosson, Howard Hawks
  • Writer: Howard Hawks, Wells Root, Houston Branch
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Tiger Shark is a 1932 American pre-Code film directed by Howard Hawks and starring Edward G. Robinson, Richard Arlen and Zita Johann. The movie was made the same year as Scarface, which is widely acknowledged to be the director's best film of the early sound era. The general storyline was repeated several times in subsequent films, most notably Manpower with Marlene Dietrich and George Raft, in which Robinson plays the same role, only as a power line worker. The film's leading lady, Zita Johann, is best known for her role opposite Boris Karloff in Karl Freund's The Mummy that same year.
  • Adventure
  • Rated: PG
  • Director: Dick Rosson, Howard Hawks
  • Writer: Howard Hawks, Wells Root, Houston Branch

  • Edward G. Robinson
    Zita Johann
    Richard Arlen
    Leila Bennett
    Vincent Barnett
    J. Carrol Naish
    William Ricciardi
    Edwin Maxwell
    Vince Barnett
    Toshia Mori
    Sheila Bromley
    Maurice Black

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  • (1932)

  • Adventure
  • Rated: PG
  • Director: Dick Rosson, Howard Hawks
  • Writer: Howard Hawks, Wells Root, Houston Branch
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Synopsis

Tiger Shark is a 1932 American pre-Code film directed by Howard Hawks and starring Edward G. Robinson, Richard Arlen and Zita Johann. The movie was made the same year as Scarface, which is widely acknowledged to be the director's best film of the early sound era. The general storyline was repeated several times in subsequent films, most notably Manpower with Marlene Dietrich and George Raft, in which Robinson plays the same role, only as a power line worker. The film's leading lady, Zita Johann, is best known for her role opposite Boris Karloff in Karl Freund's The Mummy that same year.

Starring
  • Edward G. Robinson
    Zita Johann
    Richard Arlen
    Leila Bennett
    Vincent Barnett
    J. Carrol Naish
    William Ricciardi
    Edwin Maxwell
    Vince Barnett
    Toshia Mori
    Sheila Bromley
    Maurice Black