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T.9686 (6 reel 9.5mm sound release by Pathescope April 1951) 
DANGEROUS LADY           USA 12Sept1941                      Director: Bernard B. Ray
------------------           Producers Releasing Corp (P.R.C.)   Producer: George R. Batcheller
64mins B/W Cert "A"          Released by Producers Releasing Corporation
(Approx 50mins on 9.5)       Distributed in the UK by Pathe Pictures Ltd
Editing: Carl Himm
Story: Leslie T. White       Screenplay: Jack Natteford (& Sydney Sheldon - uncredited)
Photography: Jack Greenhaigh
Musical Directors: Clarence Wheeler
 
Cast:   Neil Hamilton ............. Duke Martindel
        June Storey ............... Phylis Martindel
        Douglas Fowley ............ Police Sgt Brent
        Evelyn Brent .............. Hester Engle
        Greta Granstedt ........... Leila Bostwick
        Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart ... Joe Link
        Jack Mulhall .............. Jones - the Hotel Clerk
        John Holland .............. Guy Kisling
        Emmett Vogan .............. Dr Grayson
        Terry Walker .............. Annie Lowell
        Kenneth Harlen ............ Det. Dunlap
        Carl Stockdale ............ Judge Leander Harding
        John Ince ................. Police Capt. Newton
        Jimmy Aubrey .............. Tiverton Apartment Manager
  
 Private detective 'Duke' Martindale and his wife, Phyllis, an attorney, are working together
 to clear a girl falsely convicted of murdering a judge. Two people who know the truth are
 killed and 'Duke' is shot at. Despite some interference by Police-Sergeant Brent, and a
 dangerous automobile chase and 'Duke' and Phyllis finding themselves prisoners of the real
 murderers, the case is solved.  (Les Adams IMDb)
 A man dying of bullet wounds stumbles into the flat of private detective Duke martindale. His wife Phyllis,
 a brilliant attornry, has taken the case of Leila Bostwick who is charged with the murder of Judge Harding.
 There are more killings before the mystery is  solved.  (Maurice Trace - 9.5mm sound catalogue)  

Notes: 
 1. Sidney Sheldon later became a director and then a best-selling author. 
 2. Evelyn Brent had been a leading lady in the Silent Cinema with films such as Josef von
    Sternberg's "Underworld" and "The Last Command".
 3. Neil Hamilton was a romantic hero in the Twenties and starred in two features for D.W.
    Griffith ("America" and "Isn't Life Wonderful").
  (Info./illustrations edited from Maurice Trace, Alpha Video and gln)       ZT-9686/gln/20.01.2017


Pathéscope Monthly magazine front page



Pathéscope Monthly April-May 1951 - April 9.5mm sound feature release


This film has been released on DVD in the USA
-but only a poor/fair quality transfer I'm afraid
(normally on my sales list or Amazon etc.)


Or watch
"Dangerous Lady" on You Tube


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