Now I'll Tell is a 1934 American drama film starring Spencer Tracy, Helen Twelvetrees, and Alice Faye. The film was directed and written by Edwin J. Burke and is loosely based on the autobiography of Carolyn Green Rothstein, wife of New York gambler Arnold Rothstein. The picture's plot involves a gambler who gets in trouble with the mob by fixing fights and loses his fortune. Forced to sell his wife's jewelry, he decides to take out an insurance policy on himself. Future child star Shirley Temple had a small role. The movie is also sometimes known as When New York Sleeps.