A nightclub singer refuses to "date" customers, so she's framed for the murder of her aunt, convicted of the killing and sent to prison. However, her friend, who is a police detective, ... See full summary »
Edna Mae Harris,
Robert Earl Jones
Helen Ware, an artist's model, known as the Brown Venus is sad, discouraged and unhappy. When her men friends learn that she often poses nude, they try to become unduly "friendly" or just ... See full summary »
The 64 year old Oscar Micheaux made this swansong film which lasted for three hours and was a box office disaster. It was an adaptation of his own novel, 'The Wind from Nowhere', but he was still doing the same thing as Alfred Hitchcock: adapting novels. The question is, was this film any better than 'The Paradine Case'?
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