Road Gang

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Road Gang
Poster of the movie Road Gang.jpg
Directed by Louis King
Written by Dalton Trumbo
Harold Buckley (story)
Abern Finkel
Produced by Bryan Foy (uncredited)
Starring Donald Woods
Kay Linaker
Cinematography L. William O'Connell
Edited by Jack Killifer
Music by Heinz Roemheld (uncredited)
Distributed by First National Pictures
Release date
  • March 28, 1936 (1936-03-28)
Running time
61 minutes
CountryUnited States

Road Gang is a 1936 film directed by Louis King, written by Dalton Trumbo, produced by Bryan Foy, and starring Donald Woods and Kay Linaker. The film shows economic and social injustice due to political corruption.



The managing editor of a Chicago newspaper crusades for inmates (Donald Woods, Carlyle Moore Jr.) in a Southern prison camp.


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