Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941) - Rotten Tomatoes

Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941)





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Perhaps nine lives weren't enough, but 63 minutes was plenty of time to relate the plot of this Ronald Reagan vehicle. Reagan plays a newspaper reporter who has a story "that'll break this town wide open!" The story involves a mysterious, unsolved boarding house murder. The suspects include the seductive Faye Emerson, wide-eyed Joan Perry, and brainless Peter Whitney. Wanna bet none of them did it? Reagan solves the case, wins the girl, and doesn't retire to politics...yet.


Ronald Reagan
as Steve Talbot
Joan Perry
as Jane Abbott
James Gleason
as Sgt. Daniels
Faye Emerson
as Rose Chadwick
Peter Whitney
as Roy Slocum
Howard Da Silva
as Murray the City Editor
Edward S. Brophy
as Officer Slattery
Charles Drake
as `Snapper' Lucas
Vera Lewis
as Mrs. Slocum
Ben Welden
as Moxie Karper
Howard Hickman
as Col. Andrews
John Ridgely
as Mechanic
Paul Phillips
as Hot-Foot
Cliff Clark
as Lt. Buckley
John Hamilton
as Chief Turner
Thurston Hall
as J.B. Huntley
Billy Dawson
as Copy Boy
Hank Mann
as Newspaper Man
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