Pacific Blackout

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Pacific Blackout
Directed by Ralph Murphy
Written by Franz Schulz and Curt Siodmak (story)
Cinematography Theodor Sparkuhl
Edited by Thomas Scott
Release date
  • December 31, 1941 (1941-12-31)
Running time
76 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Pacific Blackout is a 1941 American film about a man who is unjustly convicted of murder. It was directed by Ralph Murphy.


Inventor and engineer Robert Draper is unjustly found guilty for the murder of his partner. Just as he's sent to prison, the prison truck crashes in the midst of a civil defense blackout, propelling him into a search for the real killers who framed him. Czech-American screenwriter Franz Schulz was billed as Francis Spencer for the film.


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