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The Crusader (1932)

 -  Drama  -  5 October 1932 (USA)
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Gangsters scheme to get rid of a crusading District Attorney by blackmailing him through his daughter.

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Tess Brandon
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Phillip Brandon
Lew Cody ...
Jimmie Dale
Ned Sparks ...
Eddie Crane
Walter Byron ...
Joe Carson
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Marcia Brandon
John St. Polis ...
Robert Henley
Arthur Hoyt ...
Oscar Shane
Ara Haswell ...
Madge Blake
Joseph W. Girard ...
Chief of Detectives Corrigan
Syd Saylor ...
Harry Smaltz
Lloyd Ingraham ...
Warden John Alton
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Gangsters scheme to get rid of a crusading District Attorney by blackmailing him through his daughter.

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5 October 1932 (USA)  »

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Should a Woman Tell?  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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Jimmie Dale: Have you seen one of the new $100 bils?
Madge: I haven't seen one of the old ones, yet.
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Don't Stand in Evelyn Brent's Way!
27 February 2002 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

How can you go wrong spending 60 some odd minutes with the likes of Ned Sparks, Lew Cody, Marceline Day, and the empress of this type of early 30s film, Evelyn Brent? Make no mistake, this is a talking talkie, with very little active action (save Brent parking her DeSoto and tracking through brush to the secret entrance), but you won't notice. The dialogue crackles by, delivered with relish by every actor in the picture. You know what happens when the District Attorney decides he's going to do some house cleaning? Well, eventually, this big plan hits too close to his own home. Naturally, Our Miss Brent has a past. This seems to be of major importance to some, but typically, Brent hardly seems to raise an eyebrow of concern, yet goes through the motions for the sake of her husband, and her husband's randy sister, Marceline Day in a blonde wig and looking so thin she would surely win roles on many of today's popular television shows. The cast is having a swell time, with Walter Byron, Arthur Hoyt, and especially Ned Sparks delivering the goods. It is especially nice to watch the great Lew Cody looking and playing so well. Marceline Day gets a chance to be rather rotten and haughty before diving into more typical simpering Day territory, the difference here is that she asked for it this time! And who's gonna save her? Evelyn Brent is forced to step back into her past, which she wears like a gorgeous beaded gown, and she takes the bulls by their horns. Don't stand in this woman's way! [Brent's wardrobe is especially good in this one, too.] I hope you can find a copy of this gem, we saw a rare screening up at the annual Bay City/Saginaw show, and it was an audience favorite.


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