The Moon Is Down

Directed by: Irving Pichel, , USA, 1943

  • Genre: War, Drama,
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Szenenphoto aus The Moon Is Down, © 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation


Cast and Credits

Production 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation
Distribution 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation
Producer Nunnally Johnson
Director Irving Pichel
Assistant Director Irving Pichel
Scenario Nunnally Johnson
Based on John Steinbeck [Novel]
Director of Photography Arthur C. Miller [(as Arthur Miller)]
Composer Alfred Newman
Editor Alfred Newman [(as Louis Loeffler)]
Art Director James Basevi
Maurice Ransford
Set Decoration Thomas Little
Walter M. Scott
Art Department Walter M. Scott [Property master]
Make-Up Walter M. Scott
Special Effects Fred Sersen
Cast Cedric Hardwicke [Colonel Lansen]
Henry Travers [Major Orden]
Lee J. Cobb [Dr. Albert Winter]
Dorris Bowdon [Molly Morden]
Margaret Wycherly [Mme. Sarah Orden]
E.J. Ballantine [George Corell]
Frederic Brunn [Deutscher Soldat (as Frederick Brunn)]
Ernst Deutsch [Major Hunter (as Ernest Dorian)]
William Post jr. [Alex Morden]
Henry Rowland [Capt. Loft]
Hans Schumm [Capt. Bentick]
Hans Schumm [Lieutenant Tonder]
Richard Abbott [Villager (not credited)]
Richard Abbott [Villager (not credited)]
John Banner [Lt. Prackle (not credited)]
Trevor Bardette [Knute Pierson - Foreman (not credited)]
Hank Bell [Villager (not credited)]
John Bleifer [Miner (not credited)]
Sven Hugo Borg [Sergeant (not credited)]
Tom Brown [Boy (not credited)]
Harry Cording [Albert - Miner (not credited)]
Jeff Corey [Albert (not credited)]
Jeff Corey [Villager (not credited)]
Edith Evanson [Ludwig]
Edith Evanson [Girl (not credited)]
Frederick Giermann [Sergeant (not credited)]
Gibson Gowland [Villager (not credited)]
Ludwig Hardt [Elderly Man (not credited)]
Ludwig Hardt [Moeller (not credited)]
Ludwig Hardt [Villager (not credited)]
Ludwig Hardt [Pilot (not credited)]
Kurt Kreuger [Orderly (not credited)]
Paul Kruger [Sentry (not credited)]
Connie Leon [Villager (not credited)]
Jack Low [Miner (not credited)]
Mae Marsh [Villager (not credited)]
Mae Marsh [Sergeant (not credited)]
Charles McGraw [Ole (not credited)]
Charles McGraw [Hostage (not credited)]
Jack Mylong-Münz [Staff Officer (not credited)]
Frank O'Connor [Villager in Pub (not credited)]
Patrick O'Moore [Bombardier (not credited)]
Netta Packer [Villager (not credited)]
Dorothy Peterson [Mother (not credited)]
Irving Pichel [Peder - Inn Keeper (not credited)]
Otto Reichow [Sergeant (not credited)]
Otto Reichow [Villager (not credited)]
Otto Reichow [Villager (not credited)]
Otto Reichow [Girl (not credited)]
Otto Reichow [Prisoner]
Otto Reichow [Ludwig - Villager (not credited)]
Harry Tenbrook [Miner (not credited)]
Harry Tenbrook [Annie (not credited)]
Harry Tenbrook [Boy (not credited)]
Harry Tenbrook [Soldier (not credited)]
Harry Tenbrook [Bandleader (not credited)]
Paul Weigel [Elderly Man (not credited)]
Paul Weigel [Peder]
Paul Weigel [Joseph (not credited)]
Natalie Wood [Carrie (not credited)]
Voice Ludwig Donath [Hitler's Voice (as Louis Donath)]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,36 - Black and White,Length: 90 minutes
Sound System: mono
First Screening: March 14, 1943 in New York City, New York
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist
Szenenphoto aus The Moon Is Down, © 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation
Szenenphoto aus The Moon Is Down, © 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation

General Information

The Moon Is Down is a motion picture produced in the year 1943 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Irving Pichel, with Cedric Hardwicke, Henry Travers, Lee J. Cobb, Dorris Bowdon, Margaret Wycherly, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Moon Is Down available.

Szenenphoto aus The Moon Is Down, © 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation


Bibliography - Box Office, 13 March 191943.--
- Daily Variety, 10 March 1943, pg 3.
- Film Daily, 10 March 1943, pg 7.
- Hollywood Reporter, 13 April 1942, pg 1.
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- Hollywood Reporter, 4 June 1942, pg 4.
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- Hollywood Reporter, 11 September 1942, pg 2.
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- Hollywood Reporter, 1 October 1942, pg 2.
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- Motion Picture Daily, 10 March 1943, pg 1, 3
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- Variety, 10 March 1943, pg 15.

References in Databases
American Film Institute Nr. 572
IMDb - International Movie Data Base Nr. tt0036170
KinoTV Database Nr. 55112
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