The Spellbinder: Jed Marlowe is a brilliant, scheming, unscrupulous criminal lawyer whose specialty is defending criminal he knows is guilty but gets them off through loop-holes or bribery. Then his daughter, misled by her father's courtroom performance, but unaware of his back-room tactics, marries the killer her father has just unjustly save from the electric chair. What's a poor father to do?
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||July 28, 1939|
|Genres:||Drama Romance Crime|
|Actors:||Allan Lane Barbara Read Bess Flowers Bruce Mitchell Byron Foulger Chester Clute Chester Conklin Clyde Dilson Donald Kerr Doris Lloyd Earle Hodgins Edward Gargan Elliott Sullivan Emory Parnell Forbes Murray Frank Marlowe Frank Puglia George Noisom Gertrude Sutton Harland Tucker Jack Gargan Julia Faye Lee Tracy Leona Roberts Leonid Kinskey Lew Kelly Linda Hayes Monte Vandergrift Morgan Conway Patric Knowles Paul E Burns Robert Emmett Keane Robert Homans Robert Strange Ronald R Rondell Roy Gordon Russ Powell Stanley Blystone Tom McGuire|
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