Convict's Code


1h 23m 1939

Film Details

Also Known As
Paroled to Exile
Release Date
Jan 18, 1939
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Crescent Pictures Corp.
Distribution Company
Monogram Pictures Corp.
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 23m
Film Length
7 reels

Synopsis

In order to eliminate football player Dave Tyler from a crucial game, gamblers frame him for a bank robbery. After serving three years in prison, Dave is released on parole and sets out to find who framed him. He is hired as a chauffeur by Greg Warren, an investment broker who, unknown to Dave, is the man for whom he has been looking. Dave falls in love with Warren's sister Julie, who is also unaware that her brother is the covert head of a crooked gambling ring. Discovering that the six witnesses who testified against him have vanished, Dave is about to give up his search when Sniffy, an ex-convict, promises to give him the name of the man who framed him, on the condition that Dave act as his accomplice in a robbery. Dave reluctantly agrees, but when the alarm is sounded, he forces Sniffy to admit that Warren was the man responsible. To protect Julie, Dave withholds this information from her, and when she tells her brother of her love for Dave, Warren hurries to stop Russell, his henchman, from murdering him. In the ensuing gun fight between the police officer who has arrested Dave and Russell, Warren is seriously injured. Dave remains silent about Warren's guilt because of his love for Julie, and is sent back to prison for violating his parole. Soon after, Warren dies of his wounds, leaving behind a letter which exonerates Dave of all guilt. Julie takes the letter to the governor, who grants Dave a pardon, thus freeing him to begin a new life with Julie.

Film Details

Also Known As
Paroled to Exile
Release Date
Jan 18, 1939
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Crescent Pictures Corp.
Distribution Company
Monogram Pictures Corp.
Country
United States

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 23m
Film Length
7 reels

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Notes

The working title of this picture was Paroled to Exile. The Copyright records credit Joan Clayton with the role of Elaine, although the reviews note the actress' name as Joan Barclay.