The Deadly Game (1941) is a thriller starring Charles Farrell. The film was written by Wellyn Totman and directed by Phil Rosen, and was Farrell's fifty-third and final movie appearance; he would reemerge more than a decade later on television as the lead in My Little Margie.

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  • The Deadly Game (1941) is a thriller starring Charles Farrell. The film was written by Wellyn Totman and directed by Phil Rosen, and was Farrell's fifty-third and final movie appearance; he would reemerge more than a decade later on television as the lead in My Little Margie. (en)
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