Wolf of New York

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Released 1940

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Wolf of New York

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Director:
William C. McGann
Released:
1940
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Wolf of New York is a black and white legal drama about Defense Attorney Chris Faulkner (Edmund Lowe), and the repercussions that surround his first failure. Chris Faulkner is a talented defense attorney who has never lost a case, until now. Faulkner's first loss comes at the expense of his innocent client, who receives a harsh sentence. After this, he decides that he must change the way that he operates and slowly but surely becomes a district attorney. However, the most challenging task ahead of him could be his quest to absolve his former client and bring him freedom once more. In the end, Faulkner must try to convict the man who really committed the murder, who turns out to be more than a handful. Chris Faulkner must use his skills, once used to defend those accused, to convict the man who is really responsible for the crime. To not only free his former client, but his conscience as well.

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