Parole Girl

Parole Girl (1933)

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  • Genre: Crime, Drama
  • Release Date: 1933-03-04
  • User Rating: 5.7/10 from 7 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 7min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Columbia Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: Edward F. Cline
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A woman convicted of fraud aims to take her revenge on the man who put her inside after being released on parole.

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  • Mae Clarke

    as Sylvia Day
  • Ralph Bellamy

    as Joseph B. 'Joe' Smith
  • Marie Prevost

    as Jeanie Vance
  • Hale Hamilton

    as Anthony 'Tony' Grattan
  • Ferdinand Gottschalk

    as Taylor
  • Ernest Wood

    as Davison - 1st Store Manager
  • Sam Godfrey

    as Walsh - 2nd Store Manager
  • John Paul Jones

    as Harris - 2nd Store Detective
  • Lee Phelps

    as Burns - 1st Store Detective
  • Lucile Browne

    as Miss Manning
  • Frank Fanning

    as Desk Sergeant
  • Raoul Freeman

    as Train Conductor (uncredited)
  • Ben Hall

    as Apartment Telephone Operator
  • Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian

    as Cab Driver
  • Ben Hewlett

    as Headwaiter
  • Ernest Hilliard

    as Mr. Hoss - Millard's Manager
  • Stuart Holmes

    as Nightclub Patron
  • Lew Kelly

    as Prison Warden
  • Ethan Laidlaw

    as Guard
  • Frank LaRue

    as Detective Mallory
  • Carl M. Leviness

    as Nightclub Patron
  • Charles McMurphy

    as Guard in Visiting Room
  • Edmund Mortimer

    as Nightclub Patron
  • Spec O'Donnell

    as Magazine Subscription Salesman
  • Monte Vandergrift

    as Guard
Costume & Make-Up Robert Kalloch Costume Design
Directing Edward F. Cline Director
Writing Norman Krasna Screenplay
Editing Richard Cahoon Editor
Directing David Selman Assistant Director
Sound Glenn Rominger Sound Recordist
Camera Joseph H. August Director of Photography