• 1932
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Biography, Crime

One of Hawks's undisputed masterpieces, and a landmark in the screen depiction of gangsters. Though the gangster genre had recently exploded with LITTLE CAESAR and PUBLIC ENEMY, it was SCARFACE (a.k.a. "Scarface, the Shame of a Nation") that depicted the professional hood as a murderous beast. In earlier films of the genre, a great deal of attention more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (5 Credits)
Fred Pasley
John Lee Mahin
Seton I. Miller
W.R. Burnett
Source (1 Credit)
Armitage Trail
Producer (1 Credit)
Cinematographer (2 Credits)
L.W. O'Connell
Editor (1 Credit)
Edward Curtiss
Musical Composer (2 Credits)
Adolph Tandler
Gus Arnheim
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Harry Olivier