A newspaperman out to get the goods on a crooked politician winds up in jail, framed for a killing he didn't commit. He and another prisoner attempt an escape, but although the newspaperman gets away, his colleague is caught and returned to jail. Years later, the convict gets out of prison and winds up in the same town where his former cell-mate is now a respected citizen, and attempts to blackmail him. Written by
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Toward the end when Ken's former cell-mate is at the house blackmailing Ruth, Ken pulls up and parks out front. In the subsequent scene when the police arrive, Ken's car is no longer parked in front of the house. See more
Remake of Dust Be My Destiny
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