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

A Long Time Till Dawn (Kraft Theatre 11/11/53) DVD-R

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Starring Robert Cass, James Dean, Pud Flanagan, Billy M. Greene, Ted Osborne

Paul Page

Directed by Richard Dunlap



Print: Black and White

Runtime: 60 min.

Genre: Drama



Just out of prison Joe Harris looks to restart his life. His wife Barbie has moved and the one man

who can tell him where refuses to do so. Enraged, Joe beats the old man senseless and runs away to

his father's home, where he also finds his wife. A police detective comes around about the beating

(which will soon to become a murder) and Joe insists he's innocent.

Joe tells his wife and father he's a changed man and he's only a suspect because of his prior conviction.

Barbie and Fred struggle with their desire to believe Joe's plea versus their fear he'll never change.


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Starring Robert Cass, James Dean, Pud Flanagan, Billy M. Greene, Ted Osborne
Paul Page
Directed by Richard Dunlap

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 60 min.
Genre: Drama

Just out of prison Joe Harris looks to restart his life. His wife Barbie has moved and the one man
who can tell him where refuses to do so. Enraged, Joe beats the old man senseless and runs away to
his father's home, where he also finds his wife. A police detective comes around about the beating
(which will soon to become a murder) and Joe insists he's innocent.
Joe tells his wife and father he's a changed man and he's only a suspect because of his prior conviction.
Barbie and Fred struggle with their desire to believe Joe's plea versus their fear he'll never change.

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