The Right to Live (1933 film)

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The Right to Live
Directed by Albert Parker
Produced by Ernest Gartside
Albert Parker
Written by Michael Barringer
Gordon Wellesley
Frank Atkinson
R.J. Davis
Starring Davy Burnaby
Pat Paterson
Francis L. Sullivan
Fox-British Pictures
Distributed by Fox Film Company (UK)
Release date
  • 1933 (1933)
Running time
72 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Right to Live is a 1933 British crime film made at Ealing Studios. It was directed by Albert Parker and starred Davy Burnaby, Pat Paterson and Francis L. Sullivan.[1]


A shady financier tries to acquire a new chemical.[2]



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