Undercover Men

Undercover Men is a 1934 American-Canadian action film directed by Sam Newfield and starring Charles Starrett, Adrienne Dore and Kenne Duncan.[1] It was made in Toronto by the B-movie company Booth Productions. With a plot following the activities of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the film contains elements of a Northern.

Undercover Men
Directed bySam Newfield
Produced byJ.R. Booth
Arthur Gottlieb
Burt Kelly
Written byHarvey F. Thew
Courtney Terrett
Granville Moore
StarringCharles Starrett
Adrienne Dore
Kenne Duncan
CinematographySam Leavitt
Edited byAlex Meyers
Booth Productions
Distributed byDominion Motion Pictures
Release date
December 1, 1934
Running time
61 minutes
United States

In 1934 it was released as a quota quickie in the United Kingdom by MGM, as it was eligible for the British quota having been made within the British Empire.


  • Charles Starrett as Const. Robert Hunter
  • Adrienne Dore as Betty Winton
  • Kenne Duncan as Blake Hardy
  • Wheeler Oakman as Insp. A.R. McCrae
  • Eric Clavering as Madigan
  • Philip Brandon as Const. Jamie Jamieson
  • Austin Moran as Sgt. Woods
  • Grace Webster as Mrs. Jamieson
  • Gilmore Young as Hyde
  • Elliott Lorraine as Mr. Winton
  • Wilbur Freeman as Hammond
  • Farnham Baxter as One-Eyed Ezra Hardy
  • Muriel Deane as Lady in hardware store


  1. Pitts p.376


  • Pitts, Michael R. Western Movies: A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films. McFarland, 2012.

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