Sally of the Subway

Sally of the Subway is a 1932 American pre-Code crime film directed by George B. Seitz and starring Jack Mulhall, Dorothy Revier and Blanche Mehaffey. It was produced as a second feature for release by Mayfair Pictures.


A gang of jewel thieves use an exiled member of German royalty as an unwitting part of their scheme to rob a major New York jewellery company. Fortunately he is tipped off by one of the store's workers and he is able to turn the tables on the gang.

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    director George B. Seitz
    editor Byron Robinson
    genre crime
    keywords exile jewel thieves new york new york city
    producer Ralph M. Like
    productionCompany Action Pictures
    publisher Mayfair Pictures