The Murder Man is a 1935 crime-drama film starring Spencer Tracy, Virginia Bruce, and Lionel Atwill, and directed by Tim Whelan. It was Tracy’s first film in what would be a twenty-year career with MGM. Tracy plays an investigative reporter who specializes in murder cases. It is the feature film debut of James Stewart (who had previously appeared in a Shemp Howard comedy short called Art Trouble). Stewart has sixth billing as a reporter named Shorty. (via Wikipedia)

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