Let 'Em Have It
|Let 'Em Have It|
|Directed by||Sam Wood|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Written by||Joseph Moncure Mach|
|Edited by||Grant Whytock|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
An FBI agent tracks down a gang leader.
- Richard Arlen as Mal Stevens
- Virginia Bruce as Eleanor Spencer
- Alice Brady as Aunt Ethel
- Bruce Cabot as Joe Keefer
- Harvey Stephens as Van Rensseler
- Eric Linden as Buddy Spencer
- Joyce Compton as Barbara
- Gordon Jones as Tex
- J. Farrell MacDonald as Mr. Keefer
- Bodil Rosing as Mrs. Keefer
- Paul Stanton as Department Chief
- Hale Hamilton as Ex-Senator Reilly
- Robert Emmett O'Connor as Police Captain
- Dorothy Appleby as Lola
- Barbara Pepper as Milly
- Paul Fix as Sam
The film was shot at Pathe Studios. It was one of a series of movies that came out around this time about "G-Men". with the film giving the audience a look a FBI Headquarters and the training of a Special Agent
- Let 'Em Have It at the TCM Movie Database
- Newspaper Article at Trove
- "Mystery to Be Screened: While Patient Slept to Open Thursday". Los Angeles Times. Mar 4, 1935. p. 19.
- Woolfenden, John R. (Apr 14, 1935). "Close Finish Looms in Race Between Studios' "G-Men": Five Pictures, All Dealing With Exploits of Federal Agents, About to Hit Screen Together, Start New Cycle Close Finish Seen in Race". Los Angeles Times. p. A1.
- Powers, Richard Gid (1 Nov 1983). G-men, Hoover's FBI in American Popular Culture. Southern Illinois University Press. p. 86.