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The Reckoning (1932)

Sally Blane , James Murray , Harry L. Fraser  |  NR |  DVD

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Judy is tired of a life of petty crime and begs her boyfriend Terry to go straight. After a botched robbery attempt threatens to send the pair to prison, Terry swears he's going to quit. Mob boss 'Doc' has other plans for Terry. Pretending to help, he lands Judy an honest job as a nanny with the wealthy Henderson family. What Judy doesn't realize is that Doc plans to clean out the Hendersons' safe, which holds a fortune in jewels, and pin it on Terry and her.

Bearing a strong resemblance to her sister Loretta Young, actress Sally Blane co-starred with Rudy Vallee (The Vagabond Lover, 1929), Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (Little Accident, 1930), Walter Huston (The Star Witness, 1931), and Buster Crabbe (She Had To Choose, 1934) before marrying director Norman Foster and choosing domestic life. Handsome James Murray seemed headed for stardom after turning in a brilliant performance for King Vidor in The Crowd (1928). Despite acquitting himself well in three Lon Chaney movies, The Big City (1928), The Shakedown (1928) and Thunder (1929) he succumbed to alcoholism. His lifeless body was retrieved from the Hudson River in 1936 at age 35.

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