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

Convicted Woman (1940) DVD-R

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Starring Rochelle Hudson, Frieda Inescort, June Lang, Lola Lane, Glenn

Ford

Directed by Nick Grinde



Print: black/white

Runtime: 65 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Jobless Betty Andrews, although innocent, is convicted of a department

store theft and, despite the best efforts of her lawyer and noted social

worker Mary Ellis and a reporter, Jim Brent on her behalf, is sentenced to

a year in the Curtiss House of Correction. Chief Matron Brackett rules

with an iron hand with the aid of inmates Frankie Mason, "The Duchess"

and Nita Lavore. One of the inmates commits suicide and a subsequent

story by Jim on the prison conditions leads to Mary Ellis being made the

supervisor of the prison. When ten girls are allowed to go home for

Thanksgiving under the promise of returning by eleven p.m., Frankie and

"The Duchess", angry over losing the privileges given them by the

departed Matron Brackett, arrange to have Betty kidnapped so she can

not return at the appointed time. Another of the girls telephones Jim and

he finds Betty a prisoner at a deserted roadhouse.

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Starring Rochelle Hudson, Frieda Inescort, June Lang, Lola Lane, Glenn
Ford
Directed by Nick Grinde

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Jobless Betty Andrews, although innocent, is convicted of a department
store theft and, despite the best efforts of her lawyer and noted social
worker Mary Ellis and a reporter, Jim Brent on her behalf, is sentenced to
a year in the Curtiss House of Correction. Chief Matron Brackett rules
with an iron hand with the aid of inmates Frankie Mason, "The Duchess"
and Nita Lavore. One of the inmates commits suicide and a subsequent
story by Jim on the prison conditions leads to Mary Ellis being made the
supervisor of the prison. When ten girls are allowed to go home for
Thanksgiving under the promise of returning by eleven p.m., Frankie and
"The Duchess", angry over losing the privileges given them by the
departed Matron Brackett, arrange to have Betty kidnapped so she can
not return at the appointed time. Another of the girls telephones Jim and
he finds Betty a prisoner at a deserted roadhouse.

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