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Convicted (1950) — (Movie Clip) I Said Prosecute Not Persecute

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    Glenn Ford as unlucky Joe, convicted of manslaughter, now in trouble for slugging a guard, with Broderick Crawford as the D-A who prosecuted him, now warden of the prison, consoling him about his father’s death and introducing his daughter-assistant (Dorothy Malone), in Convicted, 1950

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