High Wall

1947, Crime/Drama, 1h 39m

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Steven Kenet (Robert Taylor) has been blacking out, which is particularly problematic because he has been convicted of a crime he thinks he did not commit -- murdering his wife. Afraid that brain surgery will allow his accusers to decree him insane, Kenet instead is sent to a mental hospital. At the hospital, Dr. Ann Lorrison (Audrey Totter) falls for Kenet. But after initially believing his story, she starts to doubt whether her patient, the man she loves, is innocent after all.

Cast & Crew

Robert Taylor
Steven Kenet
Audrey Totter
Dr. Ann Lorrison
Herbert Marshall
Willard I. Whitcombe
H.B. Warner
Mr. Slocum
Warner Anderson
Dr. George Poward
Moroni Olsen
Dr. Philip Dunlap
Morris Ankrum
Dr. Stanley Griffin
Vince Barnett
Henry Cronner
Jonathan Hale
Emory Garrison
Charles Arnt
Sidney X. Hackle
Ray Mayer
Tom Delaney
Robert Hyatt
Richard Kenet
Mary Servoss
Martha Ferguson (uncredited)
Eula Guy
Miss Vera Mercer
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