~Trent's Last Case~
Directed by: Howard Hawks

Written by:
Malcolm Stuart Boylan ... (titles) (as Malcolm S. Boylan)
Scott Darling ... (writer)
Beulah Marie Dix ... (adaptation)

Based on the novel by E.C. Bentley

Raymond Griffith ... Philip Trent
Marceline Day ... Evelyn Manderson
Raymond Hatton ... Joshua Cupples
Donald Crisp ... Sigsbee Manderson
Lawrence Gray ... Jack Marlowe
Nicholas Soussanin ... Martin
Anita Garvin ... Ottilie Dunois
Edgar Kennedy ... Inspector Murch
~Remaining Credits~

Produced and Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Harold Rosson
Costume Design by: Sophie Wachner
Assistant Director: E.D. Leshin
Property Master: Don B. Greenwood
Costumes by: Sophie Wachner
Presenter: William Fox
Supervisor: Bertram Millhauser

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 66 Minutes
Released: March 31, 1929
~Plot Synopsis~
Sigsbee Manderson is apparently murdered, and Inspector Murch lines up the suspects for
interrogation: Manderson's wife, Evelyn; his secretary, who is in love with Evelyn; Manderson's uncle;
the butler; and the maid. Murch suspects the secretary but Trent proves that Manderson committed
suicide, killing himself in such a way as to cast suspicion on his innocent secretary.
~Marceline Day in "Trent's Last Case"~