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Swamp Woman
Directed byElmer Clifton
Written by
Produced by
StarringAnn Corio
Jack La Rue
Ian MacDonald
CinematographyEdward Linden
Edited byCharles Henkel Jr.
Merrick-Alexander Productions
Distributed byProducers Releasing Corporation
Release date
  • December 5, 1941 (1941-12-05)
Running time
68 minutes
CountryUnited States

Swamp Woman is a 1941 American drama film directed by Elmer Clifton and starring Ann Corio, Jack La Rue and Ian MacDonald.[1] It was made as an independent production and distributed by Producers Releasing Corporation.[2]

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The movie depicts the journey of three individuals rushing through the vast swamplands.[3] These include honky-tonk dancer Annabelle Tollington, the opportunistic promoter "Flash" Bland, who is after Annabelle, and Jeff Carter, a fugitive trying to evade the police lieutenant's tracking dogs. After escaping the law, Jeff reaches the cabin of Lizbet Tollington, Annabelle's niece, and the fiancée of trapper Pete Oliver, who is Annabelle's former lover. To avoid detection, Lizbet conceals Jeff from the law.[3] Meanwhile, Annabelle informs Pete that Lizbet is sheltering a man in her cabin to break their engagement, which infuriates Pete. However, after realizing Lizbet's love for Jeff, Pete agrees to aid the fugitive. When Rance finally arrives, he identifies Annabelle as the legendary "Swamp Woman".[3]



  1. ^ Campbell p.160
  2. ^ Okuda p.49
  3. ^ a b c "Swamp Woman (1941)". Radio Times. Retrieved 2023-03-08.


  • Campbell, Edward D.C. The Celluloid South: Hollywood and the Southern Myth. University of Tennessee Press, 2003.
  • Fetrow, Alan G. Feature Films, 1940-1949: a United States Filmography. McFarland, 1994.
  • Okuda, Ted. Grand National, Producers Releasing Corporation, and Screen Guild/Lippert: Complete Filmographies with Studio Histories. cFarland & Company, 1989.

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