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The False Madonna (1931)

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Starring Kay Francis, William 'Stage' Boyd, Conway Tearle, John Breeden,

Marjorie Gateson

Directed by Stuart Walker



Print: black/white

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



A pair of grifters, one of whom is impersonating a doctor, assist a sick

woman while riding a train. After the woman dies, the female con-artist

assumes her identity so that she can collect a large amount of money.

Trouble ensues when the woman begins to bond with the dead lady's

blind son. She decides not to take the cash. This arouses her attorney's

suspicions. Later, when the lad learns the truth, he has a fatal coronary.

The woman and the lawyer get married.

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Starring Kay Francis, William 'Stage' Boyd, Conway Tearle, John Breeden,
Marjorie Gateson
Directed by Stuart Walker

Print: black/white
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

A pair of grifters, one of whom is impersonating a doctor, assist a sick
woman while riding a train. After the woman dies, the female con-artist
assumes her identity so that she can collect a large amount of money.
Trouble ensues when the woman begins to bond with the dead lady's
blind son. She decides not to take the cash. This arouses her attorney's
suspicions. Later, when the lad learns the truth, he has a fatal coronary.
The woman and the lawyer get married.

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