The Criminal Code (1930)

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After a failed attempt at running for governor, D.A. Mark Brady is appointed warden of the state prison where many of the criminals he prosecuted are incarcerated.


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  • Constance Cummings and Phillips Holmes in The Criminal Code (1930)
  • Constance Cummings and Walter Huston in The Criminal Code (1930)
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20 November 2002 | whpratt1
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| CRIMINAL CODE HELPED KARLOFF
Boris Karloff appeared on the stage of the Belasco Theatre, New York City in the role of Galloway in a Martin Flavin stage play. It was a minor part, however, it was an important one: Galloway, the prison trusty who becomes a killer. On the strength of his performance, he was soon cast in the film version. During 1931-32, twenty-three of his films were released, an average of nearly one a month which included Frankenstein. Criminal Code was the big break Karloff was waiting for and he never gave up acting until the very end.

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