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Missing, Believed Lost - The Price of a Song
From Missing, Believed Lost, BFI Publishing, 1992
Crime drama in which a bookmaker's clerk (Campbell Gullan) forces his step-daughter (Marjorie Corbett) to marry a caddish songwriter (Eric Maturin) for his money. She decides to divorce him to marry a newspaper reporter (Gerald Fielding) and her stepfather plots the perfect crime, the murder of the songwriter, hoping that she will inherit his money. Inevitably, he makes one disatrous slip ...
Campbell Gullan was a prominent performer in silent films, including Milestones (1916) and Lily of the Alley (1923), both featured earlier in this book. In 1930 he directed Caste from a Michael Powell script.This film is "Missing, Believed Lost", please check all achives and attics.
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