Trapped by Boston Blackie
Trapped by Boston Blackie is a 1948 American crime drama directed by Seymour Friedman. It is the thirteenth of fourteen Columbia Pictures films starring Chester Morris as reformed crook Boston Blackie, and the final film with George E. Stone as "The Runt".
|Trapped by Boston Blackie|
|Directed by||Seymour Friedman|
|Produced by||Rudolph C. Flothow|
|Screenplay by||Maurice Tombragel|
|Story by||Charles Marion|
|Based on||Based upon the character created by Jack Boyle|
|Music by||Mischa Bakaleinikoff (musical director)|
|Cinematography||Philip Tannura, A.S.C.|
|Edited by||Dwight Caldwell|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures Corporation|
While consoling Helen, the widow of Blackie's detective friend Joe Kenyon who died in a suspicious auto accident, Blackie and The Runt offer their services for a security job. They are tasked with securing an extremely expensive pearl necklace for a wealthy client named Mrs. Carter. When the pearls turn up missing Blackie and The Runt become the prime suspects and must clear their names and find the real culprit along with any connection to Joe Kenyon's suspicious death.