Socialite banker Henry Judson maintains his extravagant lifestyle by embezzling from his bank, but is caught by sleazy assistant manager Waters and is blackmailed by him into continuing. ... See full summary »

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(story and screen play) (as William A. Drake)
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Socialite banker Henry Judson maintains his extravagant lifestyle by embezzling from his bank, but is caught by sleazy assistant manager Waters and is blackmailed by him into continuing. Close to being found out, the two devise a scheme which sends Wally, the ex-con boyfriend of pretty hat check girl Rose Abbott, to death row. Written by Doug Sederberg <vornoff@sonic.net>

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Drama | Romance

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7 October 1932 (USA)  »

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All the Evidence  »

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(RCA Photophone Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Strangely intriguing...
20 March 2008 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Marian Marsh and Norman Foster are a couple of likable young kids in love whose path together turns rocky when an embezzling banker is apparently knocked off and chauffeur Foster is fingered for the crime. Amusingly complicated narrative peopled with a wild array of supporting characters (a wisecracking roommate, a shady blackmailer, a bleeding-heart lawyer, a stuttering auto-mechanic, an old maid landlady, etc.). Despite some overacting, this curious early talkie doesn't creak too much, and director Victor Schertzinger has a snappy sense of pacing and a good eye for details. It all leads to a nick-of-time climax, which is pulled off with aplomb. **1/2 from ****


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