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Borrowed Hero (1941)





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Alan Baxter, usually seen as a neurotic villain in A pictures, gets to play the good guy in Monogram's Borrowed Hero. Baxter stars as a crusading DA who suspects that a "respectable" civic reform organization isn't all it appears to be. With the help of sob-sister Florence Rice, Baxter is able to scrape off the above-suspicion veneer of the organization and reveal the corruption beneath. Neil Hamilton, who later played the upright Commissioner Gordon on TV's Batman, is the high-profile criminal behind the reform racket. One of the screenwriters of Borrowed Hero was future best-selling novelist Sidney Sheldon.


Alan Baxter
as Roger Andrews
Florence Rice
as Ann Thompson
Constance Worth
as Mona Brooks
John Hamilton
as William Brooks
Stanley Andrews
as Mr. Taylor
Wilma Francis
as Carol Turner
Mary Gordon
as Mrs. Riley
Richard Terry
as Dixie Nelson
Jack Perrin
as Dixie Nelson
Jerry Marlowe
as Johnny Gray
Guy Usher
as District Attorney
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