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The Man with a Conscience

USA 1942
produced by
Seymour Nebenzal for Atlantis Pictures/PRC
directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
starring Ricardo Cortez, Jean Parker, Emmett Lynn, William Marshall (II), Rose Anne Stevens, Ray Miller, Frank Hagney, Rex Lease, Jack Ingram, Barbara Slater, Jane Hale, Richard Cramer, Ray Henderson, William H.O'Brien
written by Bart Lytton, music by Leo Erdody

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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College drop-out Julie (Jean Parker) suspects her father (Emmett Lynn), who runs a roadhouse in the middle of nowhere, to have his hands in a little bit of smuggling on the side, but when she tries to make pop talk, he only slaps her - so she pays a visit to pop's business partner the Ghost (Ricardo Cortez) - called so because he evaded certain death twice -, who turns out to be an incredibly charming man who takes this opportunity to sweettalk Julie, and before long her worries are gone ... until she turns down an invitation by him and he, not used to not getting what he demands, gets himself into a fit of rage ...

Later, Julie's sweetheart Bob (William Marshall), who has just joined the army, pays her a visit, and they visit the Ghost's nightclub - not a good idea, because the Ghost thinks of Julie as his, and he and Bob almost get into a fight. Later that evening, Julie and Bob decide to marry before Bob has to go to war (remember, this is 1942), but yet later the Ghost shows Julie the power he has over her father - he knows he is an escaped convict who once murdered someone - and forces her to drop Bob and instead agree to marry him. The whole situation culminates when the Ghost and his men are caught in a gunfight with two rival gangsters, and once again pops is forced to shoot one of the rival gangsters in self-defense.

When Bob learns that Julie will no longer marry himhe soon puts two and two together, visits the Ghost and gives him a good talk, comparing him to Hitler and foretelling his downfall - and really, soon enough more rival gangsters come out of the woodworks, crash his office and his nightclub and try to kill him - but once again, he escapes death and pays Julie and pops another visit, which soon culminates in a fight during which the Ghost shoots pops dead (the first man he has actually killed himself, usually used to ordering others to do the dirty work) - but with his dieing breath, pops takes a shot at the Ghost and gravely injures him, and suddenly Julie threatens him with a gun ... a situation that's too much for him to handle, and he breaks down and dies ...


This mix of melodrama and gangster flick is possibly one of the lesser works of Edgar G.Ulmer, it resembles a soap opera for way too long, but still, Ulmer is able to make the most of the rather weak and cheesy script and budgetary limitations and thanks to cleverly set-up shots, fine editing and better than usual (for a PRC-production) lead actors makes this look like a bigger production than it was.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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