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Dead End is a 1937 crime drama[?] film. It marked the first appearance of the Dead End Kids. Unemployed architect Dave Connell (Joel McCrea[?]) is torn between Drina (Sylvia Sidney[?]), sweet but equally poor, and Kay Burton (Wendy Barrie[?]), a rich man's mistress. Gangster Baby Face Martin (Humphrey Bogart) returns to his old neighborhood and finds that nobody is glad to see him. Claire Trevor[?] also starred.

The film was written by Lillian Hellman from the play by Sidney Kingsley[?]. It was directed by William Wyler.

The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

The Dead Ends Kids were:

Billy Halop[?] (Tommy)
Huntz Hall[?] (Dippy)
Bobby Jordan[?] (Angel)
Leo Gorcey[?] (Spit)
Gabriel Dell[?] (T. B)
Bernard Punsly[?] (Milty)

Other Dead End Kids films include:

Little Tough Guys in Society[?] (1938)
Crime School[?] (1938)
Newsboys' Home[?] (1938)
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
Little Tough Guy[?] (1938)
Hell's Kitchen (1939)
The Angels Wash Their Faces[?] (1939)
Call a Messenger[?] (1939)
On Dress Parade[?] (1939)
They Made Me a Criminal[?] (1939)
Code of the Streets[?] (1939)
You're Not So Tough[?] (1940)
Give Us Wings[?] (1940)
Mob Town[?] (1941)
Hit the Road[?] (1941)
Tough As They Come[?] (1942)
Keep 'Em Slugging[?] (1943)
Mug Town[?] (1943)

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