A wealthy but neurotic Southern belle finds herself trapped in the hideout of a gang of vicious bootleggers. The gang's leader lusts after her, and is determined not to let anything stand in the way of his having her.
Jack La Rue
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Jane Bandle has recently married, but Bill, her husband's brother, tries to wreck her marriage because Jane rejected his sexual advances before her marriage.Written by
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This film offers a rare glimpse at a contemporary 1949 television set, a bulky table model with a ten-inch rectangular screen, which commonly was required to be "set up" by qualified technicians who also needed to install an antenna on the roof before proper reception could be achieved. Commercial television broadcasts had begun in Los Angeles two years earlier in 1947 on KTLA (Channel 5). See more »
After jane bandle stabs dennis williams, she looks at her bloody hand. Her white apron is obviously blood stained, however, in the next frame it is totally white. See more »
What an odd picture. An Overwrought Melodrama with a capital O and a capital M this breaks out of the starting gate hitting high C and continues at a fevered pitch right up to its conclusion.
Unhappy Laraine stabs caddish Franchot by accident then rambles hysterically while the callously odious Dane Clark circles around making her life hell. The one beacon of restraint in the entire enterprise is Agnes Moorehead who shows up none too soon and steals the picture with a controlled and dignified performance while all around her her cast-mates are swallowing scenery whole.
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