I Was a Shoplifter

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I Was a Shoplifter
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Directed by Charles Lamont
Written by Irwin Gielgud
Starring Mona Freeman
Scott Brady
Charles Drake
Andrea King
Tony Curtis
Cinematography Irving Glassberg
Distributed by Universal Studios
Release dates May 13, 1950
Country United States

I Was a Shoplifter is a 1950 American crime film directed by Charles Lamont. It stars Scott Brady as the police detective sergeant Jeff Andrews, who is on a case to stop a gang of shoplifters headed by Herb Claxton (Charles Drake) and Ina Perdue (Andrea King) who are exploiting a wealthy socialite, Faye Burton (Mona Freeman), a kleptomaniac, to conduct their crimes.[1]



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