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Ann Carver's Profession

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Ann Carver's Profession

Ann Carver's Profession
original film poster
Directed by Edward Buzzell
Written by Robert Riskin
Starring Fay Wray
Gene Raymond
Claire Dodd
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date(s)
Country United States
Language English

Ann Carver's Profession is a 1933 film focusing on the relationship of a lady lawyer and her football star husband and how she must come to his aid when he is accused of murder. The film stars actress Fay Wray and this film was made during the year she cemented her fame in King Kong.


  • Fay Wray - Ann Carver Graham
  • Gene Raymond - William 'Bill' 'Lightning' Graham
  • Claire Dodd - Carole Rodgers
  • Arthur Pierson - Ken Bingham
  • Claude Gillingwater - Judge Bingham
  • Frank Albertson - Jim Thompson
  • Frank Conroy - Baker
  • Jessie Ralph - Terry - Graham's Maid
  • Robert Barrat - Attorney Andrew Simmons
  • Edward Keane - Harrison
  • Diane Bori - Irma Chappelle

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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