Sealed Lips

(1942)

Overview

There's something very odd about Romano (John Litel), a notorious gangster serving time in the federal pen. For one thing, Romano doesn't sound much like himself. For another, he always seems to be hiding something. Detective Lee (William Gargan) suspects that something's amiss, and he's probably right! A pedestrian effort with excellent cinematography by Stanley Cortez.

  1. George Waggner

    Director, Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. William Gargan

    William Gargan

    Lee Davis

  2. June Clyde

    June Clyde

    Lois Grant

  3. John Litel

    John Litel

    Mike Rofano / Fred Morton

  4. Anne Nagel

    Anne Nagel

    Mrs. Fred (Mary) Morton

  5. Mary Gordon

    Mary Gordon

    Mrs. Ann Morton (Fred's mother)

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Sealed Lips
Sealed Lips

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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 2, 1942
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 2m

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