GenreComedy, Crime, Drama Duration LanguageEnglish
Release dateSeptember 26, 1941 (1941-09-26) WriterArnaud dUsseau (original screenplay), Richard Collins (original screenplay) Initial releaseAugust 4, 1941 (New York City) ScreenplayArnaud dUsseau, Richard J. Collins CastDennis O'Keefe (Lt. Bill Mason), Judith Anderson (Slade), Frances E. Neal (Ann Rogers (as Frances Neal)), Mildred Coles (Mary Jordan Powell), Eric Blore (Mr. Hartford), Marc Lawrence (Lefty Landers) Similar moviesGangs of New York (1938), Marked Woman (1937), Caught in the Crossfire (2010), A Gentle Gangster, The Mayor of Hell (1933)
Lady Scarface is a 1941 black and white crime drama film.
The evil Chicago gangster Slade is on the loose. Lt. Mason and Ann Rogers are both vying to catch the criminal. The gang has come up with a scheme of contacting each other involving want ads and dogs as code names. It also involves leaving money at a hotel for a "Mary Jordan". The only problem occurs when someone who really is named Mary Jordan gets the money by mistake. A trap is set and villains are caught.