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Self Condemned (1932)

| Short, Crime | 1932 (USA)
"Radio Pictures Presents: True Detective Stories of Celebrated Cases From the Records of Nick Harris, Internationally Famous Criminologist." So the titles read at the start of this early ... See full summary »

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Dick Bishop
Nicholas Boilvin Harris ...
Nick Harris
Wilbur Mack
Paul Weigal
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"Radio Pictures Presents: True Detective Stories of Celebrated Cases From the Records of Nick Harris, Internationally Famous Criminologist." So the titles read at the start of this early sound-period two-reeler whodunit, directed by the great Spencer Gordon Bennet. Nick Harris - founder of the Nick Harris Detective Agency - and media-savvy, old-time-radio star, who coined the phrase "Crime does not pay", here shifting it to the silver screen, recounts the story of "the famous police case of the Mason murder mystery". Written by igribbish

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Crime Does Not Pay

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Short | Crime

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