Trapped by Boston Blackie (1948)

Director
Seymour Friedman

Main cast
Chester Morris; June Vincent; Richard Lane; Patricia Barry; George E. Stone

Genres
Drama, Crime, Mystery

Description
Blackie is the natural suspect when an expensive pearl necklace is stolen while he is supposed to be guarding it.


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