Swamp Woman (December 5, 1941)

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Swamp Woman
 

Released on December 5, 1941: A fan dancer goes to her home in the Suwannee swamps and discovers that her younger sister is about to marry an escaped convict.

Produced by George R. Batcheller Jr.

Directed by Elmer Clifton

The Actors: Ann Corio (Annabelle Tollington), Jack La Rue (Pierre Pertinax Pontineau Briand Broussicourt d'Olivier, aka Pete Oliver), Mary Hull (Lizbet Tollington), Ian MacDonald (Detective Lieutenant Rance), Jay Novello ('Flash' Brand), Richard Deane (Jeff Carter), Lois Austin (Mom Mary Tollington), Earl Gunn (Dad Jed Tollington), Guy Wilkerson (Abner Enderberry), Jimmy Aubrey (Tod Appleby), Carlin Sturtevant (Garnny Grundy), Ernie Adams (Spratt), Frank Hagney (guard)

 

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Nobody can hide in the deep swamp and live . . .

Papa was a preacher who preached in three different towns while I was at home. I was born and spent my first years in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, home of the weather predicting groundhog, and I spent my middle youth years in Meadville, Pennsylvania, and my teen years before heading out into the world on my own in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the small mountain town nobody ever heard of until September 11. Shanksville had and still has no police, no traffic lights, just a cluster of homes, a couple of churches and Ida's little general merchandise store . . . I used to joke that a State Police car would drive through town once a week on Thursday afternoons just to make sure that the town was still there. After living in bigger cities and now settled in almost-rural Niles, Ohio I've had invaluable experience with small village folk and big city folk . . . . And while there is usually more excitement to be had in big cities, I've come to really enjoy and prefer the small town experience . . . . like the folk in the swamplands of the Suwannee River where this movie is set. The law and the way folk respond to the law is different in small town America than it is in big city America . . . not better . . . not worse . . . just different. Anyone can move to a large city and quickly learn how to survive and thrive there, but no stranger could enter the deep swamplands and live . . . without help from the people who live and know the swamp well. In this Southern swamp murder adventure we meet a young girl with a looking glass that broke the day she was born . . . her older sister who left the swamp to become a fan dancer in the city . . . the man back home that the fan dancer loves, and the younger sister that the man is ready to marry instead. Into this swamp family runs an escaped convict and the lawman who is chasing him, and the fan dancer's old boss who has a score to settle. When the law of the swamp people and their swamp customs bumps into the returning fan dancer, her boss and the escaped convict, lives will change forever as a tale of murder is exposed and the real killer is finally caught thanks to the skills of a very special old fellow in the swamps that has a very unique talent . . . and with the help of the Swamp Woman. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Mary Hull looks at her image in the cracked looking glass
Mary Hull looks at her image in the cracked looking glass
Ann Corio and Guy Wilkerson
Ann Corio and Guy Wilkerson
Ann Corio and Jimmy Aubrey
Ann Corio and Jimmy Aubrey
Ann Corio doing her fan dance
Ann Corio doing her fan dance
Ann Corio and Jay Novello
Ann Corio and Jay Novello
Ann Corio wants Jack La Rue
Ann Corio wants Jack La Rue
Ann Corio winks at the men in the audience
Ann Corio winks at the men in the audience
Ann Corio
Ann Corio
Carlin Sturtevant
Carlin Sturtevant
Guy Wilkerson
Guy Wilkerson
Ian MacDonald
Ian MacDonald

Ian MacDonald and Frank Hagney
Ian MacDonald and Frank Hagney in the swamp

Ian MacDonald
Ian MacDonald
Ian MacDonald questions Ann Corio
Ian MacDonald questions Ann Corio
Ian MacDonald and Ann Corio
Ian MacDonald and Ann Corio
Ian MacDonald in Swamp Woman
Ian MacDonald in Swamp Woman
Jack La Rue and Mary Hull
Jack La Rue and Mary Hull
Jack La Rue and Ann Corio
Jack La Rue and Ann Corio
Jack La Rue and Ian MacDonald
Jack La Rue and Ian MacDonald
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue and Richard Deane
Jack La Rue and Richard Deane
Jack La Rue and Ann Corio
Jack La Rue and Ann Corio
Jay Novello and Jack La Rue
Jay Novello and Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
Jay Novello
Jay Novello
Jay Novello, Ann Corio and Jimmy Aubrey
Jay Novello, Ann Corio and Jimmy Aubrey
Jay Novello and Earl Gunn
Jay Novello and Earl Gunn
Jay Novello and Ian MacDonald
Jay Novello and Ian MacDonald
Jay Novello and Jack La Rue
Jay Novello and Jack La Rue
Jay Novello
Jay Novello
Jimmy Aubrey and Guy Wilkerson
Jimmy Aubrey and Guy Wilkerson
Jimmy Aubrey
Jimmy Aubrey
Jimmy Aubrey
Jimmy Aubrey
Lois Austin, Jay Novello, Earl Gunn and Jack La Rue
Lois Austin, Jay Novello, Earl Gunn and Jack La Rue
Lois Austin
Lois Austin
Mary Hull and Carlin Sturtevant
Mary Hull and Carlin Sturtevant
Mary Hull and Richard Deane
Mary Hull and Richard Deane
Mary Hull and Richard Deane
Mary Hull and Richard Deane
Mary Hull
Mary Hull
Richard Deane and Mary Hull
Richard Deane and Mary Hull