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A man with a past fights for the right to love in this thrilling drama from a long gone era. In Convict's Code (1939) Dave Tyler (Robert Kent) is being released from prison after serving three years for a crime he didn't commit. His plan is to find the people responsible for framing him. It won't be easy because any parole violation could send him back to the penitentiary. To complicate matters, he has fallen in love with a woman (Anne Nagel) whose brother may have set him up. Distributed by Monogram Pictures and directed by Lambert Hillyer, Convict's Code is a prime example of the quick and easy Poverty Row movies that entertained film goers during the 1930s.
A man with a past fights for the right to love in this thrilling drama from a long gone era. In Convict's Code (1939) Dave Tyler (Robert Kent) is being released from prison after serving three years for a crime he didn't commit. His plan is to find the people responsible for framing him. It won't be easy because any parole violation could send him back to the penitentiary. To complicate matters, he has fallen in love with a woman (Anne Nagel) whose brother may have set him up. Distributed by Monogram Pictures and directed by Lambert Hillyer, Convict's Code is a prime example of the quick and easy Poverty Row movies that entertained film goers during the 1930s.
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Lighthouse (1947) / Newly Restored Archive Coll - Lighthouse (1947) / Newly Restored Archive Coll

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Format: DVD
Label: Film Masters
Rel. Date: 12/05/2023
UPC: 810134943520

Lighthouse (1947) / Newly Restored Archive Coll
Artist: Lighthouse (1947) / Newly Restored Archive Coll
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A man with a past fights for the right to love in this thrilling drama from a long gone era. In Convict's Code (1939) Dave Tyler (Robert Kent) is being released from prison after serving three years for a crime he didn't commit. His plan is to find the people responsible for framing him. It won't be easy because any parole violation could send him back to the penitentiary. To complicate matters, he has fallen in love with a woman (Anne Nagel) whose brother may have set him up. Distributed by Monogram Pictures and directed by Lambert Hillyer, Convict's Code is a prime example of the quick and easy Poverty Row movies that entertained film goers during the 1930s.
        
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