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Blackmail (1939) RARE DVD Edward G Robinson

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Blackmail (1939) Edward G. Robinson, Ruth Hussey

Director: H. C. Potter

Co-stars: Gene Lockhart, Bobs Watson

81 minutes, Black and White

DVD comes with custom professional disc artwork!!

Region 0 Very good video/audio quality

Robinson plays a man framed for a crime and sentenced to do time on a southern chain-gang. He escapes and starts a new life, becoming a family man and opening an oil-well fire-fighting business in Oklahoma. Soon after, Lockhart comes to town, claiming that he committed the crime that Robinson was accused of, and that he is willing to sign a confession. However, Lockhart double-crosses Robinson and turns him over to the authorities, who drag him back to the chain-gang. His treatment there is worse than ever, and Robinson's hatred burns deep when he learns that unscrupulous crook Lockhart has taken over his business and left his wife and son poverty-stricken. He escapes again and starts an oil-well fire to bring Lockhart out in the open. In front of the employees of the firm, Robinson extracts a confession from Lockhart, forcing the blackmailer toward the raging fire, and then puts out the flames himself. Good all-around effort, featuring one of the first non-gangster roles for Robinson.