Full Confession Trailer

Full Confession Trailer (1939)

"You killed a man... how can you find happiness with Molly?" 08 September 1939 Drama, Crime 78 mins

A Catholic priest must convince a man to step forward to save the wrong person from being sent to the electric chair.

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Cast

Victor McLaglen

as Pat McGinnis

Sally Eilers

as Molly Sullivan

Joseph Calleia

as Father Loma

Barry Fitzgerald

as Michael O'Keefe

Elisabeth Risdon

as Norah O'Keefe

Pamela Blake

as Laura Mahoney

Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart

as Frank O'Keefe

Crew

John Farrow

Director

J. Roy Hunt

J. Roy Hunt Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 08 September 1939

Production Companies

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