Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||John Farrow|
|Produced by||Robert Sisk|
|Written by||Jerome Cady (screenplay)
Leo Birinski (story)
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Running time||78 mins|
The film was made in Black and White.
Pat McGinnis (McLaglen) murders a policeman and escapes by committing a more minor crime, for which he is arrested and jailed. An innocent man, Michael O'Keefe (Fitzgerald), is convicted of the murder and sentenced to death. While delirious after an injury, McGinnis confesses to priest Father Loma (Calleia). Loma, whose flock includes McGinnis's girlriend Molly Sullivan (Eilers) as well as the O'Keefe clan, struggles to find a way to save O'Keefe without violating the sanctity of confession. He must convince McGinnis to give himself up.
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