|Directed by||Bernard Mainwaring|
|Written by||Bernard Mainwaring|
Rob Eden (novel)
|Produced by||John Findlay|
|Starring|| René Ray |
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century Fox|
Jennifer Hale is a 1937 British crime film directed by Bernard Mainwaring and starring René Ray, Ballard Berkeley and John Longden. 
It was made as a quota quickie at Wembley Studios by the British subsidiary of Twentieth Century Fox.
Its plot follows a London showgirl who is wrongly accused of murdering her manager and goes on the run to try to prove her innocence. After establishing a new life as a taxi dancer in Birmingham, and falling in love with one of her clients, her past life comes back to haunt her.
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