|Directed by||Tay Garnett|
|Screenplay by||Tay Garnett|
Francis Edward Faragoh
|Story by||Harry Hervey|
|Produced by||Charles R. Rogers|
Harry Joe Brown (associate)
Guy Bates Post
|Cinematography||Lucien N. Andriot|
|Edited by||Joseph Kane|
|Music by||Arthur Lange|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
Prestige is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by Tay Garnett and written by Tay Garnett, Rollo Lloyd and Francis Edward Faragoh. The film stars Ann Harding, Adolphe Menjou, Melvyn Douglas and Guy Bates Post. The film was released on January 22, 1932, by RKO Pictures.
Although Melvyn Douglas recalled decades later that he was called in to replace Adolphe Menjou (who appears in the movie), Turner Classic Movies states that Variety reported he replaced originally cast Robert Williams who had died of peritonitis on November 3, 1931 resulting from a ruptured appendix. Douglas claimed that Ann Harding was so unhappy with the picture that she asked the studio "to let her buy the negative and destroy it because she feared it was so bad."
Prestige became available on DVD in October 2013, through a Spanish distributor.