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""Billie,"" the pretty con and Bill soon fall desperately in love, despite the best efforts of the policeman to keep them apart. The lovers plan an escape but just when the moment to flee is at hand they are faced with a terrible choice - their escape to freedom may cost the lives of the stranded travelers!
High Voltage features a lovely Carole Lombard in one of her first talkies. Actor William Boyd became indelibly identified with western hero Hopalong Cassidy in 66 feature films.
I remember seeing this as one of the early movies on TV as they were trying to figure out how to fill the air time. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ron De Luco
Boring scripted dialog. Characters were too typecast and predictable. Attempts at isolation and desperation of the situation fell pitifully short and Carole Lombard makes a better... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Deltadandyman
I enjoyed it mostly because of William Boyd who used to play Hopalong Cassidy. He was one of my favorite cowboys, when I was a child. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Florence Alestra
Early movie with Carole Lombard who gets stuck in snow while riding a bus in 1920s. Sound is crude but the acting makes up for lack of early 1900s technology.Published 19 months ago by barbara Delavaughnty
For a look at then, and just how poor film was both acting and production..it's okay. And yes that is Hopalong Cassidy opposite her. But this truly is a time piece. Read morePublished on July 21, 2013 by Candace Drimmer
I watched this movie to see a very young Carole Lombard act. She did a great job. Her acting, however, was not enough to make this film worth watching. Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Donna