Lasst uns leben


Let Us Live is a 1939 American crime film directed by John Brahm starring Maureen O'Sullivan, Henry Fonda and Ralph Bellamy.[1][2]

The script of the film was adapted from the 1936 Harper's Magazine story "Murder in Massachusetts" by Joseph F. Dinneen about a real criminal case.[3] In 1934 two Boston taxi drivers were identified by several witnesses as the culprits who murdered a man during a theater robbery in Lynn, Massachusetts. Their trial was in progress for two weeks and it seemed likely that the two were going to be found guilty, when the real killers were arrested for another crime and then admitted to the Lynn robbery-murder.[4]

Columbia Pictures had planned a much bigger production, but after political pressure from the state of Massachusetts the film's budget and publicity were scaled down considerably, and it was ultimately released as a B movie.[3]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
Lasciateci vivere!
Let Us Live en-ca en-gb ast
Lasst uns leben
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 554
Verleih:Columbia Pictures, FandangoNow
Regie:John Brahm
Drehbuch:Anthony Veiller
Kamera:Lucien Ballard
Musik:Karol Rathaus
Produzent:William Perlberg
Darsteller:Henry Fonda
Maureen O’Sullivan
Ralph Bellamy
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