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Fugitive From a Prison Camp (1940)



Fugitive From a Prison Camp 

(1940)

59 minutes

Crime Drama

Directed by Lewis D. Collins

Cast:
 
Jack Holt as Sheriff Lawson
Marian Marsh as Ann Baldwin
Robert Barrat as Chester Russell
Phillip Terry as Bill Harding
Dennis Moore as Slugger Martin
Jack LaRue as Red Nelson
George Offerman Jr. as Ted Baldwin
Frankie Burke as Sobby Taylor
Donald Haines as Burly Boscomb
Alan Baldwin as Jerome Davis
Frank LaRue as Robert O'Brien
Ernest 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison as Chuckles

Bill Harding gets involved with a gang of criminals when he tries to convince Ann’s brother Ted to quit the gang since he is in love with Ann. Bill is sent to prison for being an accomplice to the gang even though Sheriff Lawson believes the boy is innocent. Lawson plans on setting up a work prison camp for young criminals sent to prison for the first time in order to keep them separated from the tougher criminals. Bill is sent to Lawson's camp where he is assigned to work on a road job. A corrupt contractor is working on the road job, but bribes the county engineer Chester Russell to overthrow the project. A rock slide occurs, injuring some of the prisoners. Bill escapes from prison after the court denies his appeal and runs off to Ann’s house with Slugger Martin. Martin ends up being shot by the police and informs Lawson on his deathbed that Bill had nothing to do with the gang, leaving him to be a free man. 




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