Crashing Through Danger
is an 1938 American Romantic comedy film drama film directed by Sam Newfield.
Three electrical Lineman (occupation) work through the hazardous conditions of the Great Depression. Sparks fly, and things become truly dangerous, when Ann (Sally Blane) comes between this band of brothers. Things get worse, after they move in together, following the death of her father, their supervisor, "Pop" Foster (Robert Homans), from an industrial accident.
- Ray Walker (actor) as Torchy
- Sally Blane as Ann Foster
- Guinn "Big Boy" Williams as Slim
- James Bush (actor) as Eddie
- Guy Usher Superintendent Carter
- Robert Homans as Pop Foster
- Syd Saylor as Tom
- Dick Curtis as Foreman
Stanley Fields (actor) appears uncredited.
Category:1930s drama films