Approved | | Drama, Film-Noir, Romance
A small town corrupt sheriff manipulates local candidates to the state legislature but he eventually comes into conflict with an out-of-town carnival dancer.
This film's first documented telecast took place in Los Angeles Sunday 12 August 1956 on KTLA (Channel 5). After that time, it was taken off the airwaves so as not to be shown in competition with NBC's Lux Video Theatre live color presentation 18 ... ...
Sheriff Titus Semple:
Ya can't go wrong in this town if you say Yep to the right people and Nope to the rest.
When Field first goes into Lane's tent the radio is playing and she is heard singing. Cut to a shot of Lane lying on a cot. Her voice is heard singing, but her lips don't move.
The opening credits are presented on a book as someone turns the pages.
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