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Convicted (1950) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Henry Levin and produced by Jerry Bresler.

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Day 28 of Noirvember: Convicted and The Criminal Code

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 28, 2015 From Shadows and Satin

Today’s Noirvember post takes a look at two films: one from the film noir era and one from the pre-Code era. Did you know…? Join me tomorrow for Day 29 of Noirvember! ~ by shadowsandsatin on November 28, 2015. Posted in Noir Films, Noirvember 2015 Tags: Convicted, film noir, Glenn Fo... Read full article

Pre-Code vs Post-Code: "The Criminal Code" and "Convicted"

By David on Aug 20, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

The title of the 1931 film"The Criminal Code," based on Martin Flavin's 1929 play, refers to two different codes -- the one in the law books, cut and dried and in black and white, administered by men like district attorney Martin Brady (Walter Huston). The other is the unofficial code among prison i... Read full article

Convicted (1938)

By John Grant on Mar 4, 2015 From Noirish

US / 59 minutes / bw / Central, Columbia Dir: Leon Barsha Pr: Kenneth J. Bishop Scr: Edgar Edwards Story: “Face Work” (1936 Black Mask; vt “Angel Face”) by Cornell Woolrich Cine: George Meehan Cast: Charles Quigley, Rita Hayworth, Marc Lawrence, George McKay, Doreen MacGregor... Read full article

Convicted (1931)

By John Grant on May 21, 2014 From Noirish

US / 63 minutes / bw / Supreme, Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures Dir: Christy Cabanne Pr: Louis Weiss Scr: Jo Van Ronkel, Barry Barringer Story: Ed Barry Cine: Sidney Hickox Cast: Aileen Pringle, Jameson Thomas, Dorothy Christy, Richard Tucker, Harry Myers, Niles Welch, John Vosburgh (i.e., John Vos... Read full article

The Criminal Code (1931) and Convicted (1950): When Worlds Collide

By shadowsandsatin on Jul 17, 2011 From Shadows and Satin

Every now and then, the worlds of Pre-Code and film noir have more in common than we might think. The films The Criminal Code and Convicted are a prime example. Here?s more about these two features: The 1950 film noir Convicted, starring Glenn Ford as a brokerage-firm worker imprisoned after acciden... Read full article

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George Knowland: A first year law clerk could win this case with an IQ of 50.

George Knowland: I've got to get to the bottom of this or they'll bust me wide open.

George Knowland: That was a double breasted, overstuffed idiot.

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