Review: ‘Framed’

Glenn Ford's name heads cast as out-of-work mining engineer who gets involved with beautiful blonde who's trying to steal $250,000. Script doesn't have too much finesse as written by Ben Maddow from Jack Patrick's story, but there's enough deftness to generate interest in unfoldment.

Glenn Ford’s name heads cast as out-of-work mining engineer who gets involved with beautiful blonde who’s trying to steal $250,000. Script doesn’t have too much finesse as written by Ben Maddow from Jack Patrick’s story, but there’s enough deftness to generate interest in unfoldment.

Ford is good as the young man who is supposed to be a murder victim and Janis Carter, the girl of the piece, does excellently. She is mistress of bank vice-president and has plotted scheme to loot bank. Twist has girl falling for Ford, who is slated to be killed and become responsible for the theft.

Framed

Production

Columbia. Director Richard Wallace; Producer Jules Schermer; Screenplay Ben Maddow; Camera Burnett Guffey; Editor Richard Fantl; Music Marlin Skiles; Art Director Stephen Goosson, Carl Anderson

Crew

(B&W) Extract of a review from 1947. Running time: 81 MIN.

With

Glenn Ford Janis Carter Barry Sullivan Edgar Buchanan Karen Morley
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