Prison Shadows

Prison Shadows

Prison Shadows is a 1936 American crime film starring Edward J. Nugent and directed by Robert F. Hill.


Gene Harris, a prizefighter, is sentenced to five years in prison after killing an opponent in the ring. Gene's trainer Moran is suspicious of promoter George Miller, whose accomplice Claire Thomas is pretending to be in love with Gene while double-crossing him.

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    director Robert F. Hill
    editor Dan Milner
    genre crime drama
    keywords box fight kill plot to kill
    publisher Puritan Pictures