James Stewart, James Arness. David Marshall "Marsh" Williams, a jailed bootlegger, is given a chance by a kindhearted warden wishing to reform him. Williams goes on to invent the M-1 Carbine automatic rifle that became famous during WWII. Directed by Richard Thorpe. 1952/b&w/93 min/NR/fullscreen.
|Genre:||Drama-Classics, Drama-Historical Drama|
|Starring:||James Stewart, Jean Hagen, Wendell Corey, Carl Benton Reid, Paul Stewart, James Arness, Fay Roope, Ralph Dumke, Leif Erickson, Henry Corden|
|Attributes:||Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Black & White, Mono Sound|
|Run Time:||93 minutes|