Woman Wanted

Woman Wanted (1935)

WATCH ALL CARS...FOR ANN GRAY! She's beautiful...but she's DYNAMITE!

  • Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
  • Release Date: 1935-08-02
  • User Rating: 6.3/10 from 7 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 7min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: George B. Seitz
star 6.3/10
From 7 Ratings


Just after a jury finds Ann Grey guilty of murder, the car carrying her to prison crashes into another car. Ann escapes and ends up in lawyer Tony Baxter's car. Tony realizes Ann is innocent, so he vows to help her prove it, risking his neck in the process. Tony and Ann are pursued by the police and by Smiley Gordon, a mob boss who engineered Ann's escape thinking that she can lead him to a $250,000 stash.

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  • Maureen O'Sullivan

    as Ann
  • Joel McCrea

    as Tony
  • Lewis Stone

    as District Attorney
  • Louis Calhern

    as Smiley
  • Edgar Kennedy

    as Sweeney
  • Adrienne Ames

    as Betty
  • Robert Greig

    as Peedles
  • Noel Madison

    as Joe Metz
  • Granville Bates

    as Casey
  • William B. Davidson

    as Collins
  • Richard Powell

    as Lee
  • Erville Alderson

    as Constable
  • Gertrude Short

    as Gertie
  • Ernie Alexander

    as Steve - Man Bringing Newspapers (uncredited)
  • Stanley Andrews

    as Jury Foreman (uncredited)
  • Brooks Benedict

    as Casino Manager in Nightclub (uncredited)
  • Margaret Bloodgood

    as Matron With Ann (uncredited)
  • Harry C. Bradley

    as Third Juror Talking to Mike (uncredited)
  • Don Brodie

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • James P. Burtis

    as Second State Trooper (uncredited)
  • Clay Clement

    as Smiley's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Sayre Dearing

    as Party Guest (uncredited)
  • John Dilson

    as Juror Talking to Mike (uncredited)
  • Billy Dooley

    as Mr. Sneider - Bumped by Ann (uncredited)
  • James Flavin

    as Mac - Policeman (uncredited)
  • Ralf Harolde

    as Monk Shelby (uncredited)
  • Eddie Hart

    as Andy - Smiley's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Howard Hickman

    as Dr. Griffith (uncredited)
  • Al Hill

    as Smiley's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Arthur Housman

    as Art - Waiter at Party (uncredited)
  • Boyd Irwin

    as Judge at Ann's Trial (uncredited)
  • Eddie Kane

    as Nightclub Headwaiter (uncredited)
  • Isabelle Keith

    as Telephone Operator (uncredited)
  • John Kelly

    as Truck Driver Hitting Police Car (uncredited)
  • Charles Lane

    as Defense Attorney Herman (uncredited)
  • Michael Mark

    as Smiley's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Charles Marsh

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Harry McCoy

    as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Sam McDaniel

    as Oscar - Show Boat Washroom Attendant (uncredited)
  • Tom McGuire

    as Court Officer (uncredited)
  • Ivan Miller

    as First State Trooper (uncredited)
  • Bert Moorhouse

    as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Bob Murphy

    as Mike - Dissenting Juror (uncredited)
  • Edward Norris

    as Man on Phone at Party (uncredited)
  • Barry Norton

    as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
  • Dave O'Brien

    as Steve - Tap Dancer at Baxter's Party (uncredited)
  • Frank O'Connor

    as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Paul Parry

    as Minor Role (uncredited)
  • Lee Phelps

    as Detective Charlie Beale (uncredited)
  • Jack Rice

    as Man Walking With Cane in Hotel (uncredited)
  • Dick Rush

    as Detective (uncredited)
  • Hector V. Sarno

    as Juror in Backgound of Jury Room (uncredited)
  • Frank Sheridan

    as Judge at Baxter's Proceedings (uncredited)
  • Carl Stockdale

    as Court Clerk Reading Verdict (uncredited)
  • Harry Strang

    as Police Dispatcher (uncredited)
  • Phil Tead

    as Second Juror Talking to Mike (uncredited)
  • Charles Trowbridge

    as Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)
  • Gayne Whitman

    as Attorney (uncredited)
Directing George B. Seitz Director
Editing Ben Lewis Editor
Writing Leonard Fields Screenplay
Sound William Axt Music
Writing David Silverstein Screenplay
Art Cedric Gibbons Art Direction
Writing David Silverstein Story
Production Phil Goldstone Producer
Camera Charles G. Clarke Director of Photography
Art Edwin B. Willis Assistant Art Director
Art Joseph C. Wright Assistant Art Director
Sound Douglas Shearer Sound Director
Costume & Make-Up Dolly Tree Wardrobe Designer