Mary Burns, Fugitive
Mary Burns, Fugitive is a 1935 American drama film directed by William K. Howard.
Mary Burns (Sylvia Sidney) runs a small roadside coffee shop near a rural town. She’s desperately in love with 'Babe' Wilson (Alan Baxter ), a young man who has fallen in love with Mary after coming to her coffee shop several times. However, Mary isn't aware that Babe is a gangster wanted for robbery and murder.
|director||William K. Howard|
|keywords||arrest blind man church service coffee shop criminal record first time hand grenade hide kill married partner in crime read shoulder holster small town stake out talk want young man|
|musicBy||Heinz Eric Roemheld|