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This Day and Age (1933) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and produced by Cecil B. DeMille.

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The only film in which John Carradine was billed under the name John Peter Richmond, which he used from 1932 until 1935. He received no on-screen credit in any of his other features during that period.
While in pre-production for this film, 'Cecil B. deMille' was also planning a subsequent epic film called "The End of the World" which was inspired in part by the novel 'When Worlds Collide' by Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer, and by the film End of the World. DeMille went so far as to purchase the rights to both subjects ('When Worlds Collide' was bought for $7,5000). Ultimately the script was never even written and the project was discarded.
Chester Morris was second choice the role of Louis Garrett, but he proved to be too expensive.
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