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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Rockwell ...
Police Lt. Bill Peters
Barbra Fuller ...
Corinne Hollister
Jed Kilgore
Audrey Long ...
Myra Peters
K. Elmo Lowe ...
John Webb
Stanley Waxman ...
Arthur Gentry
John Whitney ...
Riley Wentworth
Rheta Mulford
Ruthelma Stevens ...
Mrs. Mannings
William Grueneberg ...
Detective Turner
Christine Larsen ...
Bernice Andrews - Myra's Secretary (as Christine Larson)
James Craven ...
Stage Actor Playing Philip Mannings
Kennedy - Truck Driver
Bill Baldwin ...
Parkson - Airport Ticket Agent
Theodore von Eltz ...
Philip Mannings (as Theodor von Eltz)


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Crime | Drama


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Release Date:

8 July 1950 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Sentença Inapelável  »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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A pretty good Republic mystery

As I expected, I was not disappointed by this story. However, it was rather a surprise to see a Republic film looking like an old Monogram or PRC 30's movie, a mystery movie, where the characters have to solve an enigma, to find the real killer, author of a crime of which the lead is accused of. The lead who absolutely must prove his innocence.

In this feature, the director of a theatre play as a quarrel with our hero about the play in question. And some time later the director is found dead. So, the lead character must find the real murderer of his boss. And for that, he doesn't find better than making a new play, where the story will be to solve the director's murder !!! In LIVE.

You see, it's very inventive. Very Republic, even if there is not much fists fight,with "flying chairs and furniture", as in the serials...

But a very good B picture. I recommend it.

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