Prison Train

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Released 1938

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Director:
Gordon Wiles
Released:
1938
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Prison Train is a 1938 crime drama directed by Gordon Wiles. Frankie Terris (Fred Keating) and Manny Robbins (Alexander Leftwich) are the biggest gangsters in the city. Each of them takes measures to protect their family from exposure and retaliation in regards to their business deals. Frankie's sister, Louise Terris (Dorothy Comingore), lives at a boarding school and does not truly know what her brother does for a living. Manny's son, Joe (James Blakely), is also ignorant of his father's business. Louise and Joe's lives collide when they meet and fall in love. While in the midst of a sexual escapade, Frankie interrupts the lovers and a fight ensues. As a result of the fight Joe dies and Frankie is accused of the murder. When Manny learns of his son's death, he is beside himself with guilt and vows revenge on Frankie. Worried about retaliation, Frankie warns his sister to leave town before he goes to Alcatraz. Louise is equally worried that Manny will execute his revenge before Frankie makes it to Alcatraz.moreless
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