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- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 8 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: November 30, 2010
- Originally Released: 1932
- Label: Alpha Video
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Note: The Stolen Jools (aka The Slippery Pearls) Buster Keaton, Wallace Beery, Edward G. Robinson, Laurel & Hardy, Joan Crawford, Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyck, Our Gang
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Red-Haired Alibi (1932, B&W):
A sweet gal from Ohio gets in over her head when she unwittingly accepts employment from a NYC gangster - and discovers that her job is to stand between him and the electric chair. Lynn sells perfume in the lobby of a Columbus hotel until a handsome customer encourages her to come to New York. There he gives her an astronomical $100 a week to pose as his wife in restaurants and at various events - and to occasionally fib to the police that he was WITH her at times when he really WASN'T. What poor naive Lynn doesn't realize is that he's actually a notorious crook, and that she's been covering for him as he wipes out his rivals with bombs and bullets! Human interest and a surprise twist ending are among the plus points of this suspenseful gangster yarn, which is also historically important as the feature film debut of four-year-old Shirley Temple, then on the eve of Hollywood superstardom. - Tom Weaver
The Stolen Jools (AKA The Slippery Pearls) (1931, B&W): Starring Buster Keaton, Wallace Beery, Edward G. Robinson, Laurel & Hardy, Joan Crawford, Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyck, Our Gang and many more!
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- Sales Rank: 15,414
- UPC: 089218646996
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