Sin Takes a Holiday
Directed by Paul L. Stein, and written by Dorothy Cairns, Horace Jackson, and Robert Milton, «Sin Takes a Holiday» is a Comedy/Romance film, released on November 10 of 1930 in the USA . Constance Bennett and Kenneth MacKenna are starring, alongside Basil Rathbone, Rita La Roy, Louis John Bartels and John Roche.
Directed byPaul L. SteinStoryDorothy Cairns
and Robert MiltonWritten byHorace JacksonProducerE.B. Derr
Who is the director of "Sin Takes a Holiday"?
When "Sin Takes a Holiday" was released in 1930, Paul L. Stein was 38 years old.
Paul L. Stein has directed movies such as "The Twenty Questions Murder Mystery", released in 1950, "The Forbidden Woman"(1927), "Faithful"(1936), "Gewalt gegen Recht"(1920), "Counterblast"(1948), and "Talk About Jacqueline"(1942).
Paul L. Stein and Constance Bennett have also worked together on "The Common Law", released in 1931 playing Valerie West, "Born to Love"(1931) in which Constance Bennett plays Doris Kendall, "This Thing Called Love"(1929) in which Constance Bennett portrays Ann Marvin.
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What was the release date of "Sin Takes a Holiday"?
"Sin Takes a Holiday" was first released on Monday, November 10, 1930, in the United States. Another film released on Monday, November 10, 1930 is "The Cat Creeps" (dir. Rupert Julian and John Willard)
Release date for the United States:
- Monday, November 10, 1930
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|Genres||:||Comedy / Romance|
|Sound mix||:||Mono (RCA Photophone System)|
|Runtime||:||1h 21min (81min)|