I'd Give My Life

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Released 1936

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Director:
Edwin L Marin
Released:
1936
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I'd Give My Life is a 1936 drama based on the play "The Noose." The screenplay is written by George O'Neil and Ben Ryan. Directed by Edwin Marin this film speaks of a child's loyalty to a parent. Like father, like son, at least that is the hope of gangster Buck Gordon (Robert Gleckler) as he encourages his son Nick (Tom Brown) to follow his criminal path. Nick is reunited with his mother, Stella Gordon (Janet Beecher), who he never knew and who believed Nick was dead. Married now to the governor (Guy Standing) and being blackmailed by her ex-husband who threatens to reveal her less than perfect past, Stella's life is being turned upside down. When her ex-husband is murdered, Nick is found guilty and sentenced to hang. But is justice being served, or are there circumstances yet to be uncovered? What if anything can be done to save Nick from the gallows?
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