The Ticket of Leave Man (1937)

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The Ticket of Leave Man (1937). 1h 11m | Approved

“u0026quot;A criminal mastermind known as u0026#39;The Tigeru0026#39; has set his sights upon the beautiful fiancée of a bank teller. Hoping to eliminate his rival, the criminal plots to frame the young man for passing counterfeit money, thus have him sent to prison and freeing him to pursue the girl. After the man serves his time for the crime he didnu0026#39;t commit, he returns home to win his love over and stop u0026#39;The Tigeru0026#39;,u0026quot; according to the DVD sleeveu0026#39;s synopsis. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBarnstorming Tod Slaughter (as James u0026quot;The Tigeru0026quot; Dalton) breathes some life into this old English chestnut. Earnest John Warwick and soprano Marjorie Taylor are the pretty fiancée and bank teller. The men wear phony sideburns. Mr. Slaughter kissing the fainted body of Ms. Taylor is a memorable moment. And, both u0026quot;The Tigeru0026quot; and hawk-nosed u0026quot;moneylenderu0026quot; Frank Cochran (as Melter Moss) are more properly disposed of than in the original play.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e***** The Ticket of Leave Man (10/37) George King ~ Tod Slaughter, John Warwick, Marjorie Taylor”


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