The Wrong Road (1937) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Wrong Road (1937)





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In this crime drama, a young couple decides to rob the bank where the woman works as a teller. They get 100,000 dollars and hide it in a music box. Unfortunately, they are caught and sentenced to prison. Upon their release, the two hope that the money will still be in the little box, which they left with an antique dealer. Unfortunately, the dealer died and they must frantically scramble to find the missing fortune. In the end, they do find it, but decide to turn it in to the authorities and go straight.

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Richard Cromwell
as Jimmy Caldwell
Helen Mack
as Ruth Holden
Lionel Atwill
as Mike Roberts
Marjorie Main
as Martha Foster
Russell Powell
as Chief Ira Foster
Horace MacMahon
as Blackie Clayton
Russ Powell
as Chief Ira Foster
Rex Evans
as Victor J. Holbrook
Joseph Crehan
as District Attorney
Arthur Hoyt
as Beamish the Banker
Syd Saylor
as Big Hobo
Chester Clute
as Dan O'Fearna
Gordon Hart
as Headwaiter
Gladden James
as Bank Official
Harry Wilson
as Convict
Forbes Murray
as Chairman of Parole Board
Horace McMahon
as Blackie Clayton
James Marcus
as Parole Board Member
Jack Perrin
as Policeman
Frank O'Connor
as Man at Auction
Larry Steers
as Man at Auction
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I was really excited about the fact this movie came from my newly obtained Mill Creek Mystery Classics 100 Movie Pack, A real good deal at Amazon. This is a 1937 film about a couple who work at a bank that they rob, planning on hiding the money only to recover it upon there release. 2 years past, they are released and then there trouble begins, This one can be seen on the net at places for free. Its worth 3 stars,

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