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Forged Passport (1939)

Approved | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 24 April 1939 (USA)
Dan Frazier is a U. S. Border Patrolman on the California-Mexico border whose hot temper and ready-fists keep him in trouble, both of which indirectly lead to the death of a fellow trooper.... See full summary »

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Jack Scott
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Jack Rogers
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Riley
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Captain Ellis
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Dan Frazier is a U. S. Border Patrolman on the California-Mexico border whose hot temper and ready-fists keep him in trouble, both of which indirectly lead to the death of a fellow trooper. He resigns from the force in order to find out who was responsible. He believes it was a gang of smugglers, engaged in smuggling illegal aliens into the United States from Mexico, and in order to get inside the gang he fakes smuggling activities. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Carga humana  »

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Paul Kelly's snappy new car is a yellow 1938 Chrysler convertible. See more »

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Uno, Dos, Trey, Y
Written by Eddie Cherkose
Sung by June Lang
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Only a rare gem, nothing else

John H Auer made many movies still hard to find. Check on IMDb and you'll be surprised by all the items not commented - yet...This one makes no exception. I got it from a 16mm print, quite good; I never argue about print quality. It's a rare gem and we are supposed to accept it as it is. Period.

The topic has already been told above. Really nothing exceptional here, a mix up of comedy, crime, a scheme very usual in those days, late thirties, early forties. I am not in love with this kind of stuff. It is sometimes painful for me to support the viewings. But, as I usually say, those films are not charmless. There will always be movie buffs to purchase them. And this is a good thing. Those nearly lost gems deserve to be discovered. Everything else remains only my own opinion.


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