|Directed by||James Cruze|
|Produced by||Harold Hurley|
|Screenplay by||Sam Hellman|
|Based on||Is Zat So? (play)|
by James Gleason
|Edited by||James Smith|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Two-Fisted is a 1935 American comedy film directed by James Cruze, written by Sam Hellman, Francis Martin and Eddie Moran, and starring Lee Tracy, Roscoe Karns, Gail Patrick, Kent Taylor, Grace Bradley and Billy Lee. The film was released on October 4, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.
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- Lee Tracy as Hap Hurley
- Roscoe Karns as Chick Moran
- Gail Patrick as Sue Parker
- Kent Taylor as Clint Blackburn
- Grace Bradley as Marie
- Billy Lee as Jimmy Parker
- G.P. Huntley as Major Fitz-Stanley
- Akim Tamiroff as Taxi Driver
- Gordon Westcott as George Parker
- Samuel S. Hinds as Mr. Pritchard
- Sarah Edwards as Abigail Adams
- Lillian Leighton as Mrs. Mason
- Ferdinand Munier as Jerry Mason
- Irving Bacon as Brick Briggs
T.M.P. of The New York Times said, "Masquerading as Two Fisted in its second cinema reincarnation, "Is Zat So?", the farce by James Gleason and Richard Taber, seems just a trifle too antiquated to merit more than an affectionate pat on the back, so to speak. Coming from the Paramount workshop, it bears the stamp of James Cruze's sprightly direction, but otherwise merely illustrates that what was hilariously comic ten years back is no more than mildly amusing a decade later. Perhaps time and the absence of James Gleason in the role of Hap Hurley are the chief reasons why the new film at the Brooklyn Strand only managed to provoke a few polite laughs from an early audience yesterday."
- "Two Fisted (1935) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2015-07-15.
- T.M.P. (1935-10-05). "Movie Review - Two Fisted - At the Brooklyn Strand". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-07-15.
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