|With These Hands|
|Directed by||Jack Arnold|
|Produced by||Jack Arnold|
|Written by||Morton Wishengrad|
|Edited by||Charles R. Senf|
With These Hands is a 1950 documentary film directed by Jack Arnold and starring Sam Levene. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.[dead link] Produced by the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, the film used actors to recreate the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire and compare working conditions of the early 20th century to that of the 1950s.
- Sam Levene as Alexander Brody
- Arlene Francis as Jenny
- Joseph Wiseman as Deleo
- Louis Sorin as Boss
- Alexander Scourby as Doctor
- Rudy Bond as Business agent
- Alexander Lockwood as Doctor (in 1913)
- Haskell Coffin as Impartial chainman
- Julius Bing as Triangle boss
- Morris Strassberg as Bagel and Lox
- Rolly Bester as Typist
- Gail Gregg as Girl in fire
- Judy Walther as Tess
- Crowther, Bosley. "NY Times: With These Hands". NY Times. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- "The 22nd Academy Awards (1950) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved May 30, 2019.
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