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Hell's Kitchen (1939) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Lewis Seiler and Ewald André Dupont and produced by Bryan Foy and Mark Hellinger.

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Beth Avery: Oh Jim! Krispan killed Joey Richards last night!
Jim Donohue: Killed him?
Beth Avery: He kept him in the cool room for 9 hours!

Tony Marco: He keeps us in the cool room.
Jim Donohue: Cool room?
Tony Marco: That's what they call the big freezer.

Bingo: You can slap me around all you want, but Joey here can't be missing any meals, can't you see he's sick?
Hiram Krispan: If Joey weren't a bad boy he'd get better quicker.

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This was one of the first films that Broadway columnist-turned-film producer/writer Mark Hellinger worked on at the B-picture unit of Warner Brothers. Hellinger was under close scrutiny by Hollywood columnists to observe how he would perform, and they jokingly referred to this film as "Hellinger's Kitchen".
As a result of a PTA complaint, this was the last gangster angle picture made by The Dead End Kids.
Don Turner (Chick), Robert Strange (Callahan) and Jimmy O'Gatty (Mug) are listed in studio records for those roles, but were not seen in the movie.
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