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

Men Without Souls (1940) DVD-R

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Starring Barton MacLane, John Litel, Rochelle Hudson, Glenn Ford, Don

Beddoe

Directed by Nick Grinde



Print: black/white

Runtime: 62 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Few studios churned out prison pictures with as much frequency as

Columbia Pictures. In Men Without Souls, young Johnny Adams (Glenn

Ford) deliberately gets himself thrown in prison to accumultate

incriminating evidence against Capt. White (Cy Kendall), the sadistic

guard responsible for death of Johnny's father. Unfortunately Johnny is

swept up in a prison break engineered by cell-block boss Blackie Drew

(Barton MacLane), which culminates in the murder of White. Our hero is

saved from the electric chair through the intervention of obligatory

prison chaplain Reverend Storm (John Litel). Meanwhile, Johnny's

true-blue girlfriend Susan Leonard (Rochelle Hudson) awaits the outcome

of events on "the outside".

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Starring Barton MacLane, John Litel, Rochelle Hudson, Glenn Ford, Don
Beddoe
Directed by Nick Grinde

Print: black/white
Runtime: 62 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Few studios churned out prison pictures with as much frequency as
Columbia Pictures. In Men Without Souls, young Johnny Adams (Glenn
Ford) deliberately gets himself thrown in prison to accumultate
incriminating evidence against Capt. White (Cy Kendall), the sadistic
guard responsible for death of Johnny's father. Unfortunately Johnny is
swept up in a prison break engineered by cell-block boss Blackie Drew
(Barton MacLane), which culminates in the murder of White. Our hero is
saved from the electric chair through the intervention of obligatory
prison chaplain Reverend Storm (John Litel). Meanwhile, Johnny's
true-blue girlfriend Susan Leonard (Rochelle Hudson) awaits the outcome
of events on "the outside".

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