Blind Alley (film)

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Blind Alley
Blind Alley FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Charles Vidor
Produced by Jack Fier (uncredited)
Written by James Warwick (play)
Philip MacDonald
Michael Blankfort
Albert Duffy
Lewis Meltzer (uncredited contribution to dialogue)
Starring Chester Morris
Ralph Bellamy
Production
  company
Columbia Pictures
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s)
  • May 11, 1939 (1939-05-11)
Running time 69 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Blind Alley is a 1939 crime drama film directed by Charles Vidor.

Plot[edit]

Chester Morris plays a prison escapee who hides out with his gang in the home of a noted psychologist, played by Ralph Bellamy. Though a prisoner, the doctor begins delving into his captor's psyche.

The film was adapted from the Broadway play of the same name by James Warwick. It was remade as The Dark Past, with William Holden in the Morris role and Lee J. Cobb in Bellamy's.

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