Prison Break

(1938)
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Barton MacLane stars as a tuna fisherman who has been wrongfully convicted of a murder he did not commit. His exemplary behavior in prison ensures that he is up for early parole. He realizes, however, that his movements will be limited, and he will be unable to join and wed his beloved. The only solution is to escape and hunt down the real killer, himself.

  1. Norton S. Parker

    Story

  2. Dorothy Davenport

    Screenplay

  3. Arthur Lubin

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Barton MacLane

    Barton MacLane

    Joaquin Shannon

  2. Glenda Farrell

    Glenda Farrell

    Jean Fenderson

  3. Paul Hurst

    Paul Hurst

    Soapy

  4. Constance Moore

    Constance Moore

    Maria Shannon, Joaquin's Sister

  5. Edward Pawley

    Edward Pawley

    Joe Fenderson

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Status Released

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  • July 12, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 12m

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