Dragnet Patrol (1931)

59-60 mins | Melodrama | 15 December 1931

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Film Daily
3 Jan 32
p. 9.
Hollywood Reporter
23 Jan 32
p. 3.
Motion Picture Herald
9 Jan 32
p. 37.
Variety
23 Feb 32
p. 19.
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Release Date:
15 December 1931
Production Date:
at International Film Studios
Physical Properties:
Sound
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
59-60
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Larry, the captain of a fishing boat, becomes a rum runner to support his wife Millie's love of luxury. He is successful and they become wealthy, attracting the attention of federal officers. After he is wounded in a battle with the agents, he escapes to the home of his boss's mistress. Millie, thinking he is romantically involved with the mistress, follows him with a gun, intending to have a showdown. At the same time, Grainger, Larry's jealous boss, arrives intending to kill Larry. Millie clears up the situation and learns that honest work is better even if the money is not as ... +


Larry, the captain of a fishing boat, becomes a rum runner to support his wife Millie's love of luxury. He is successful and they become wealthy, attracting the attention of federal officers. After he is wounded in a battle with the agents, he escapes to the home of his boss's mistress. Millie, thinking he is romantically involved with the mistress, follows him with a gun, intending to have a showdown. At the same time, Grainger, Larry's jealous boss, arrives intending to kill Larry. Millie clears up the situation and learns that honest work is better even if the money is not as good. +

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