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Lady Gangster

USA, English, 62 mins

  • Director: Robert Florey
  • Writer: Anthony Coldeway; Dorothy Mackaye

CGiii Comment

The only interest is a [ridiculous] scene where a gangster drags up to visit his accomplice in a women's prison.
 
Otherwise, distinctly pedestrian.
 

 
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LADY GANGSTER - (1942) - FAYE EMERSON from brtiAmerica on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Dot Burton has acted as a decoy in a bank robbery and fails to get away. Her arrest attracts the attention of Ken Phillips, a former childhood sweetheart who believe her innocent until she confesses. But before going to jail she manages to steal the bank's $40,000 from her accomplices and leaves it with her landlady.

Cast & Characters

Faye Emerson as Dot Burton;
Julie Bishop as Myrtle Reed;
Frank Wilcox as Kenneth Phillips;
Roland Drew as Carey Wells;
Jackie Gleason as Wilson;
Ruth Ford as Lucy Fenton;
Virginia Brissac as Mrs. Stoner;
Dorothy Vaughan as Jenkins;
Dorothy Adams as Deaf Annie;
William Hopper as John;
Vera Lewis as Ma Silsby;
Herbert Rawlinson as Lewis Sinton;
Peggy Diggins as Mary;
Charles C. Wilson as Detective;
William 'Bill' Phillips as Stew

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