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|Today I Hang|
|Directed by||Oliver Drake|
|Written by||Oliver Drake (writer)|
|Produced by|| Arthur Alexander (associate producer)|
Max Alexander (producer)
George R. Batcheller Jr. (executive producer)
Alfred Stern (producer)
|Starring||Walter Woolf King, Mona Barrie, William Farnum, Harry Woods|
|Edited by||Charles Henkel Jr.|
|Music by||Johnny Lange (music director)|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
Today I Hang is a 1942 American film directed by Oliver Drake and produced and released by Producers Releasing Corporation. The plot concerns a man who is framed for the murder of a wealthy importer and the theft of a valuable necklace. The victim's widow doesn't believe he is guilty and sets out to prove his innocence.
This film is in the public domain.
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