I'll Sell My Life: As Freddie (Munro Brown) and Lugger (Bob Walker), employees of Bovhini (Stanley Fields), are waiting in the parking lot of the Club Sirocco for Ruth Parmelee, they see a woman accost Ruth and then shoot her and speeds away in a car. Bochini, who has loved Ruth, vows revenge. Mordecai Breen is devoting his life to welfare work among the city's needy, and publishes a small newspaper called "The Friend in Need," assisted by his former prize fighter friend, Happy Hogan (Roscoe Ates.) An advertisment headed "I'll Buy Your Life" appears in the paper and Breen decides to investigate. At the address given, the swanky Alhambra Arms apartments, Breen learns that the advertiser is Alfred Darnell (Richard Bond), an orchestra leader and writer of detective stories. A number of girls answer the ad, but Dale Leyden (Rose Herbert), after being interviewed by Darnell and Velencia Duncan (Joan Woodbury), is the successful applicant. As she leaves, Breen tells her that if she should find herself in the need of any assistance, to let him know. Dale tells her blind musician brother Philip (Robert Regent)that an uncle who formerly lived in South America has left them twenty thousand dollars. Meanwhile, back to the original story, Breen calls on his friend, Police Lieutenant Hammer (Ben Taggart), who shows Breen the evidence from the Parmelee murder; a peral pendant from a bracelet, apiece of sequin from a woman's gown and part of a heel from an evening slipper. Dale calls on Breen, tells him her name is Mary Jones and gives him an envelope. When he is notified that Mary Jones is dead, he is to open the envelope that contains two letters. If he receives the sum of $18,000, he is to open the first letter and deliver the money to the name and address given, and destroy the second letter without opening it. If he doesn't get the money, he is to open the second letter and see that justice is done. Is Mary giving her life to take a fall for the killer of Ruth Permelee in exchange for money to provide an operation for her blind brother? Highly probable. Is the plot plausible? Highly improbable. Did Elmer Clifton direct worse films. Quite often.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||September 12, 1941|
|Genres:||Action Drama Crime Mystery|
|Actors:||Ben Taggart Frances Morris Joan Woodbury Michael Whalen Paul Maxey Richard Bond Robert Walker Roscoe Ates Rose Hobart Stanley Fields|
I'll Sell My Life Links
|7504 views||Report Broken|
|6210 views||Report Broken|
|16267 views||Report Broken|
|= Low Quality||= Medium Quality||= High Quality|
I'll Sell My Life Comments
I'll Sell My Life Reviews
Support the Site
Site Updates and News
Did you know you can use Primewire.org and Primewire.is to access this site? Well, now you do.
Check out the personalized TV Schedule.
interrestrial : boooooooring. not even an interesting documentary. it wasn't even really about t ...
GrrawentheNormal : That at the end there is the Trump wall or whatever the hell they're calling it ...
SaToriSag3 : Yep ~ definitely an example of ADHD before it was a ''medical condition'' ~ I wo ...
artichoker : This is still one of my favorite movies of all time. It never ceases to impress ...
Crenshaw : This show is amazing. It is such a delightful, funny change of pace. They create ...