Cast (in credits order) verified as complete. Humphrey Bogart. ... Val Stevens. Margaret Lindsay. ... Lucille Gordon. Donald Woods.
Isle of Fury: Directed by Frank McDonald. With Humphrey Bogart, Margaret Lindsay, Donald Woods, E.E. Clive. In the South Seas, Val Stevens and Lucille Gordon are getting married when a ship goes down offshore. Val rescues Captain Deever and passenger Eric Blacke. Later Eric saves Val from an octopus.
- Frank Mcdonald
Isle of Fury is a 1936 adventure film, starring Humphrey Bogart and Margaret Lindsay, about a shipwrecked gangster and the detective sent to arrest him. The film was adapted by Robert Hardy Andrews and William Jacobs from the 1932 novel The Narrow Corner by W. Somerset Maugham. Warners had filmed the tale under its original title just three years earlier. It was directed by the prolific B movie director Frank McDonald and is one of Bogart's first leading roles. It was released on October 10, 193
Val (Humphrey Bogart) and Lucille (Margaret Lindsay) plan a destination wedding on a remote Pacific island, but the ceremony is interrupted by a ship sinking off the coast.
- Warner Bros.
- Dennis Schwartz
The story was filmed once before by Warner Brothers in 1933 under its original title (which was more faithful to Maugham's original novel), and starred Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and Ralph Bellamy. Isle of Fury is among the least effective of the adaptations taken from Maugham's work.
- Frank Mcdonald, Frank Heath, Terry Morse
- Humphrey Bogart
An island fugitive (Humphrey Bogart) and his bride (Margaret Lindsay) make room for a shipwrecked detective (Donald Woods).