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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Boston Blackie and the Law (1946) DVD-R

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Starring Chester Morris, Trudy Marshall, Constance Dowling, Richard

Lane, George E. Stone, Larry Parks

Directed by D. Ross Lederman



Print: black/white

Runtime: 69 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



This twelfth entry in Columbia's "Boston Blackie" series is essentially a

remake of 1942's Alias Boston Blackie. In the original, a falsely accused

convict (Larry Parks) escapes while Blackie (Chester Morris) is putting on

a magic show for a men's prison, prompting Blackie to stop the escapee

before he can kill the man who framed him. In the remake, Blackie stages

yet another magic act, this time at a woman's prison. Sure enough, a

female inmate (Constance Dowling) escapes, determined to wreak

vengeance on the man who done her wrong. Implicated in the escape,

Blackie manages to clear himself and to extract a recorded confession

from the actual killer. In both the original and the remake, Chester Morris

is given ample opportunity to show off his considerable skills as a

magician.

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Starring Chester Morris, Trudy Marshall, Constance Dowling, Richard
Lane, George E. Stone, Larry Parks
Directed by D. Ross Lederman

Print: black/white
Runtime: 69 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

This twelfth entry in Columbia's "Boston Blackie" series is essentially a
remake of 1942's Alias Boston Blackie. In the original, a falsely accused
convict (Larry Parks) escapes while Blackie (Chester Morris) is putting on
a magic show for a men's prison, prompting Blackie to stop the escapee
before he can kill the man who framed him. In the remake, Blackie stages
yet another magic act, this time at a woman's prison. Sure enough, a
female inmate (Constance Dowling) escapes, determined to wreak
vengeance on the man who done her wrong. Implicated in the escape,
Blackie manages to clear himself and to extract a recorded confession
from the actual killer. In both the original and the remake, Chester Morris
is given ample opportunity to show off his considerable skills as a
magician.

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