High Voltage (1929) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Howard Higgin and produced by Ralph Block.
High VoltageBy RBuccicone on Mar 4, 2013 From MacGuffin Movies
High Voltage (1929) In one of her first talking roles, Carole Lombard steals the show as a sassy convict in High Voltage. Not quite in tune with the comedienne she would be known as, Lombard uses her looks and attitude to create a character desired by two men: her police escort and another criminal.... Read full article
CLFP: “High Voltage” (1929) (3)By Lara on Feb 27, 2013 From Backlots
For fans of the sophisticated screwballs that defined the majority of Carole Lombard’s career, it is often difficult to fathom that Carole started off as a dramatic actress. From the late silent era until 1934 when Twentieth Century changed her career, Carole Lombard (or, as she was often bill... Read full article
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