|King Vidor Director||previously directed La Bohème|
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King Vidor filmed many scenes in New York City streets using real crowds instead of extras, real buses and trains, and even real traffic cops. In one scene, a police officer is looking toward the camera, admonishing someone to "move along". In fact, he was actually addressing Vidor and his disguised film crew. Vidor cleverly incorporated it into the scene.
|John V.A. Weaver||Screenplay|
|James Murray||John Johnny Sims|
|Daniel G. Tomlinson||Jim|
|Lucy Beaumont||Marys Mother|
|Freddie Burke Frederick||Junior|
|Alice Mildred Puter||Daughter|
|Sidney Bracey||John's Supervisor|
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