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Get that Man

USA 1935
produced by
Lester F. Scott jr, Spencer Gordon Bennet (associate) for Empire Pictures
directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet
starring Wallace Ford, Finis Barton, E.Alyn Warren, Leon Ames, Lillian Miles, Laura Treadwell, William Humphrey, Johnstone White, Hal Taliaferro, Budd Buster, Lafe McKee, Victor Metzetti, Ray Turner
written by Betty Burbridge

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Crooked private investigator Malone (E.Alyn Warren) gives Jack Kirkland (Wallace Ford) a choice, either go to prison for a crime he didn't commit, or pose as murdered John Prescott and inherit a sizeable fortune (which he has to split with Malone of course, but it would still be sizeable). Not wanting to go to prison, Jack understandably chooses the latter, even though he hates being a liar. At the Prescott estate, he quickly falls in love with Prescott's half-sister Diane (Finis Barton), and she with him as well, but troubles are brewing when Prescott's wife Fay (Lillian Miles) and her lover Don (Leon Ames) arrive at the place as well. You see, they have murdered the real Prescott, but having found out that a fake one is going to inherit the Prescott-fortune now, they figure they'll blackmail the fake Prescott. Malone however thinks he has a handle on them, since he can prove they have murdered the actual Prescott, but when he threatens them, they kill him as well. Jack meanwhile admits to Diane he's a fraud but very much in love with her, and he bids her farewell figuring it's prison for him now - but then Fay and Don take him hostage ... but he can force them into an accident (car over a cliff) that kills them both while he ends in the arms of Diane, and with Malone dead, there's noone who could send him back to prison ...


Clichéed crime melodrama that draws a line between good and evil that's just a little too distinct to remain believable (let alone serve the film's story) while telling a story to cheesy to create much suspense or tension. Add to that an impersonal directorial effort and an at best average cast, and you are left with ... surely not the worst film you have ever seen, but also not something you really need to see.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
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