Youth on Parole
|Youth on Parole|
|Directed by||Phil Rosen|
|Produced by||Phil Rosen (associate producer)|
|Written by||Hershel Rebuas|
Henry Blankfort (additional dialogue)
|Music by||Alberto Colombo (uncredited)|
|Edited by||Ernest J. Nims|
53 minutes (edited American version)
"Bobbie" Blake, (Marian Marsh), and Phillip Henderson, (Gordon Oliver), are complete strangers, looking in a jewelry store window, when a hood known as "The Sparkler", (Miles Mander), sets them up to take the rap, stashing some of the loot in their pockets, as the gang makes their getaway.
No one believes that they are innocent, not even their public defender. When they serve their time in "The Joint", no one will give them a break, with their prison record, not even their own families; and, they cannot keep a job.
Their landlady, Mrs. Abernathy, (Margaret Dumont), likes them, and encourages them to get married.
Despite the danger, Phil convinces Bobbi that their only chance is to see "The Sparkler" and even the score.
- Marian Marsh as 'Bobbie' Blake
- Gordon Oliver as Phillip Henderson
- Margaret Dumont as Mrs. Abernathy (landlady)
- Peggy Shannon as Peggy
- Miles Mander as Sparkler (gang leader)
- Sarah Padden as Mrs. Blair
- Wade Boteler as Mr. Blair
- Mary Kornman as Mae Blair
- Joe Caits as Fingy (robber)
- Milburn Stone as Ratty (robber)
- Harry Tyler as Danny Hinkle (cellmate)
- Ranny Weeks as Michael Martin
- Theodore von Eltz as The Public Defender
- Ula Love as Maizie
- Paul Stanton as Police inspector
- Fred Toones as Redcap (uncredited)
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