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Lady Gangster
Lady Gangster FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byRobert Florey
Screenplay byAnthony Coldeway
Based onWomen in Prison
1932 play
by Dorothy Mackaye
Carlton Miles
Produced byWilliam Jacobs
StarringFaye Emerson
Julie Bishop
CinematographyArthur L. Todd
Edited byHarold McLernon
Music byVarious
Distributed byWarner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Release date
June 6, 1942
Running time
62 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Lady Gangster is a 1942 Warner Bros. B picture crime film directed by Robert Florey, credited as "Florian Roberts". It is based on the play Gangstress, or Women in Prison by Dorothy Mackaye, who had spent 10 months of a one- to three-year sentence in San Quentin State Prison.[1][2] Lady Gangster is a remake of the pre-Code film, Ladies They Talk About (1933). Jackie Gleason plays a supporting role.

Plot

Dorothy "Dot" Burton (Faye Emerson) is a member of a gang of bank robbers. Using her femininity and a cute dog provided her by her male cohorts, who dognapped him, she is able to enter a bank before opening time, leaving the door open and the bank guard holding her dog, thus enabling a successful robbery. When police interfere with the getaway, she faints and proclaims her innocence, but the police have strong doubts as "her" dog will not come to her and has a different name on his collar from what she calls him. After she confesses to her part in the robbery, she is sent to women's prison, where she makes an enemy of a fellow inmate who informs the governor that Burton knows where the bank's money is, thereby causing Burton to lose her parole. She is devastated by it but more trouble occurs as her old gang is going to kill her childhood sweetheart Ken Philips (Frank Wilcox), so she escapes by the stealing the warden’s (Virginia Brissac) clothes and getting revenge on her rival inmate (Ruth Ford) before finally rescuing Ken.

Cast

Soundtrack

References

  1. ^ "Dorothy Mackaye - Deranged L.A. Crimes". derangedlacrimes.com.
  2. ^ "The Pittsburgh Press - Google News Archive Search". google.com.

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