Convicted (1950)

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This film stars Glenn Ford as a hot-headed young man convicted of manslaughter. Broderick Crawford plays a sympathetic warden who tries to help Ford adjust to prison life. Ford witnesses the killing of a stoolie by another convict but adheres to the prison "code" and refuses to talk.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Classics , Drama
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
Columbia Pictures

Cast

Broderick Crawford
as George Knowland
Glenn Ford
as Joe Hufford
Dorothy Malone
as Kay Knowland
Carl Benton Reid
as Capt. Douglas
Frank Faylen
as Convict Ponti
Will Geer
as Convict Mapes
Martha Stewart
as Bertie Williams
Henry O'Neill
as Detective Dorn
Douglas Kennedy
as Detective Baley
Roland Winters
as Vernon Bradley
Ed Begley Sr.
as Mackay, Head of Parole Board
Frank Cady
as Eddie
Ilka Gruning
as Martha Lorry
Peter Virgo
as Luigi
Fred F. Sears
as Fingerprint Man
Fred Graham
as Guard
Ray Teal
as Guard
James Bush
as Guard
William E. Green
as Dr. Masterson
Charles Cane
as Sergeant
Wilton Graff
as Dr. Agar
Vincent Renno
as Freddie
Harry Cording
as Brick, 3rd Convict
Griff Barnett
as Mr. Hufford
William Vedder
as Whitey, 2nd Convict
Harry Harvey
as Patrolman
Marshall Bradford
as Patrolman
Bradford Hatten
as Patrolman
Jimmie Dodd
as Grant
Benny Burt
as Blackie
Thomas Lingston
as Conductor
Jay Barney
as Nick
Chuck Hamilton
as Policeman
Charles Sherlock
as Policeman
John Butler
as Curly
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Critic Reviews for Convicted

All Critics (1)

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Full Review… | March 25, 2009
Variety
Top Critic

Despite being over-plotted and contrived, it ably gets across its point that prison life is hardly human.

Full Review… | October 13, 2004
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Audience Reviews for Convicted

½

Good film noir story, with terrific actors who are very well cast. Well written and directed. A man is unjustly sent to prison, the film focuses on clearing his name and finding the real criminal. Fine photography.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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