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Woman Trap (1929 film)

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Directed by  William A. Wellman
Music by  Karl Hajos
Distributed by  Paramount Pictures
Director  William A. Wellman
Cinematography  Henry W. Gerrard
6.3/10 IMDb

Starring  Evelyn Brent
Edited by  Alyson Shaffer
Initial release  28 September 1929
Music director  Karl Hajos
Cast  Evelyn Brent
Release date  September 28, 1929 (1929-09-28)
Written by  Edwin J. Burke, Bartlett Cormack
Similar  Evelyn Brent movies, Dramas

Woman trap 1929 movie review


Woman Trap is a 1929 American drama film directed by William A. Wellman and starring Evelyn Brent. This action thriller was Wellman's second sound picture. Woman Trap is focused in a four cornered love between captain Hal Skelly (Clarence Wilson), Kitty Evans(Evelyn Brent) and his good for nothing brother Ray Malone (Chester Morris).

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Plot

Dan, a tough police captain, and Ray, a hardened criminal, are estranged brothers. When Ray faces capture, Kitty, the sister of Ray's ex-partner (whom Dan helped to convict), offers to help him escape because she sees an opportunity for revenge against Dan. She notifies the police and Dan of Ray's whereabouts, regretting her actions too late to prevent their capture. To avert arrest by his brother, Ray commits suicide. Kitty consoles Dan in his grief, and they come to an understanding over Ray's body.

Cast

  • Hal Skelly as Dan Malone
  • Chester Morris as Ray Malone
  • Evelyn Brent as Kitty Evans
  • William B. Davidson as Watts
  • Effie Ellsler as Mrs. Malone
  • Guy Oliver as Mr. Evans
  • Leslie Fenton as Eddie Evans
  • Charles Giblyn as Smith
  • Joseph L. Mankiewicz as Reporter
  • Clarence Wilson as Detective Captain
  • Sailor Vincent as Himself - a boxer
  • Virginia Bruce as Nurse
  • References

    Woman Trap (1929 film) Wikipedia


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