|They Meet Again|
|Directed by||Erle C. Kenton|
|Written by||Peter Milne (story)|
Peter Milne (screenplay) and
Maurice Leo (screenplay)
|Produced by||William Stephens|
|Edited by||Alex Troffey|
|Music by||C. Bakaleinikoff|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
Dr. Paul Christian is giving a party for Janie Webster, a motherless little girl of nine, with a fine singing voice. But, as her father, Bob Webster, is about to leave the bank where he works to go to the celebration, a shortage is found in his books. for which he is held responsible, jailed, and subsequently, in a court trial is found guilty.
- Jean Hersholt as Dr. Paul Christian
- Dorothy Lovett as Judy Price
- Maude Eburne as Mrs. Hastings
- Neil Hamilton as Governor John C. North
- Anne Bennett as Janie Webster
- Barton Yarborough as Bob Webster
- Arthur Hoyt as Redmond, Governor's Secretary
- John Dilson as William Merrill Sr.
- Frank Melton as William Merrill Jr.
- Leon Tyler as Dick
- Milton Kibbee as Defense Attorney Larkin
- Gus Glassmire as Judge Ed Ellis
- Patsy Parsons as Susie
- Meredith Howard as Gertrude
- Anne Bennett - "When Love Is New" (Lyrics by Jack Owens, music by Claude Sweeten)
- Anne Bennett - "In the Make Believe Land of Dreams" (Written by Jack Owens)
- Patsy Parsons - "Get Alive" (Written by Jack Owens)
- Leon Tyler - "The Rhythm Is Red an' White an' Blue" (Lyrics by David Gregory, music by Al Moss)
- Anne Bennett - "Au Forse E Lut" (aria from La Traviata) (Written by Giuseppe Verdi)
- "They Meet Again: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved April 13, 2014.