Bureau of Missing Persons (1933)
|Director(s)||Roy Del Ruth|
|Producer(s)||Henry Blanke (supervising uncredited)|
|Top Genres||Comedy, Crime, Drama, Mystery|
Bureau of Missing Persons Overview:
Bureau of Missing Persons (1933) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Roy Del Ruth and produced by Henry Blanke.
A tough cop gets more action than he expected when transferred to the Bureau, including tangling with spitfire Davis.
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