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City without Men (1943) [Drama]

A young woman’s husband has been imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit. In order to be near him to try to help him get his sentence overturned, she moves into a boardinghouse near the prison whose residents are the wives of inmates.

Directed by Sidney Salkow, produced bySamuel Bronston (executive producer) and B.P. Schulberg (producer), written by Martin Berkeley (story), Donald Davis (additional dialogue), W.L. River (screenplay), Budd Schulberg (story) and George Sklar (additional dialogue), starring Linda Darnell as Nancy Johnson, Edgar Buchanan as Michael T. Mallory, Michael Duane as Tom Adams, Sara Allgood as Maria Barton, Glenda Farrell as Billie LaRue, Leslie Brooks as Gwen, Doris Dudley as Winnie, Margaret Hamilton as Dora, Constance Worth as Elsie, Rosemary DeCamp as Mrs. Slade and Sheldon Leonard as Monk LaRue.

Source: “City without Men” iMDb

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  1. Look, I'll admit I'm a coward.
    From the description . . . this sounds like it could be a really, really awful movie.
    That's not fair — I know.
    But I'm too cowardly to actually watch it and find out . . .

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