Chained for Life
Chained for Life is a 1952 exploitation film featuring the famous conjoined ("Siamese") Hilton Twins, Daisy and Violet. It features several vaudeville acts, including juggler Whitey Roberts, a man doing bicycle stunts, and a man, Tony Lovello, who plays the William Tell Overture and "Hungarian Dance No. 5" at breakneck speed on an accordion.
The movie opens with a judge (Norval Mitchell) begging the audience for help in resolving a terrible dilemma. The action moves to a courtroom, where Vivian Hamilton is on trial for the shooting death of her sister's lover. The story unfolds in flashback as various characters are called to testify.
|author||Albert de Pina Nat Tanchuck Ross Frisco|
|director||Harry L. Fraser|
|keywords||bigamy blonde brunette conjoined twins courtroom dilemma flashback horrify how to judge love interest manager mario laval marriage license mayor minister minister of religion norval mitchell publicity stunt separation surgery standing room only talent manager vaudeville wedding ceremony|
|publisher||Classic Pictures Inc.|