Each Dawn I Die (1939) - full transcript

Although innocent, reporter Frank Ross is found guilty of murder and is sent to jail. While his friends at the newspaper try to find out who framed him, Frank gets hardened by prison life and his optimism turns into bitterness. He meets fellow-inmate Stacey and they decide to help each other.

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Stop. Stop there.


All right, you asked for it.

You've got it, pappy.
Come on, baby.

Get in. In back.

He's burnt.

Come on! Let me in.



We'll get you out.
They can't keep you in prison.

Kind of watch out for my mother, will you?

How tough are you, babe?

Left turn.

Hey, Limpy!

Come here.

And Limpy.

You go on over there and help
those boys stack those bales.

And fold your arms. You hear?

Go on over there
and join Stacey at that breaker.

yes, sir.

Oh, just for a visit, boys
. Just for a visit.

Why, you flap your ears
and wish you was a swallow.

Murder, second degree.
He's doing life.

Don't worry, I'll watch him.

Why, you no-Good rat.

Stop it! Stop it! Stop it!

All of you!

That you won't like either.

Now, get over there and change
your clothes. Both of you.

Get back to your machines, you men!

Look out!

That's a homer.

And kill the first creep
that comes in your way.

Come over here
and join the rest of the dopes.

Show you tramps
who's boss around here.

Shh! Stop it.

Come on, pal.
Let's go watch the game.

You have to know
all the answers?

Nice work. Pipe down.

Smells like he's got
some pull somewhere.

Come on, get going, Stacey.

Who, me, sir? No, sir.
I am not that kind of a boy.

Never mind. I'll take
care of him when he gets out.

Just six months.
And look at him now.

I wish I'd stayed home in Fargo.

I'd turn them loose
as fast as they was caught.

Is that a ghost?


I don't know the meaning
of the word.

Okay, ross.

Hey, Stacey. In here.

This monument we dedicate
is a thing of stone...

Get back there.

Sit down. Sit down. Take your seats.

Listen, ross.
I didn't kill Limpy.

So, uh, all we've got to do
is get you out of here?


Go to the warden and tell
him about me having that shiver.

You going stir-Nuts too?
This is a sure out for you.

Hey, dummy up.

Take it. Get out of here,
before I change my mind.

Face the wall. Fold your arms.

Yes, sir.

All right, ross.

Sit here.

Come in, miss.

I've missed you so terribly.


I've brought her here.

You can't send her away.

All right, all right.

All right, madam.

I got the ice cream across
the street from a little shop.

They're sure
they can get you out.

They'll take care of
me, all right.

Please don't worry, will you?

Just a minute, ladies.
He's got to leave first.

Goodbye, ma.

And thanks for everything.

You know me, Mr. Ross.

About the Limpy Julien killing.

There isn't much to say.


Take him to the hole.

Get outta here.

Hey, sit down.

How are you?

Well, don't talk to him anymore.

I told you
you could only have a minute.

Everybody rise.

Be seated.

Judson Stacey.

Come on. I'll write you Sunday.

Over there.

Bring him in.

I don't know.

You don't know.

I've told you everything I know!

Work on him.

What's going on here?

Take him out.

You stay here.

If I have to charge you
in criminal court to do it.

Just a minute.

Let me out of here, do you hear?

Let me outta here!

Bill, you don't know
what it does to him up there.

You've got to let me see Stacey.

I could get you
into heaven easier.

However, I'll do
whatever I can for you.

Thanks, Mr. Lockhart.

Take the blinders of.

You stay.

Sit down.

Put the blinders on her.

Come on, you guys.

All right, Lockhart, powder.

Like a bunch of tin crooks.

You know better.

Of the man who framed him.

You're in love with ross,
aren't you?

I'm going to give ross a break.

Come with me.

You can't get me in there.

Let him go.

Think you can do it?

All set for a fresh start.

But you've got to earn it.

What do you say?

Sounds bad is it catching?

Wait will he catches those creeps
yeah, yeah.

That goes for you too.

Let go of him, I tell you!

Get back!

Come on, you lead-Slinger.
You don't hurt.

Come on, get up. You don't...

take him to the hospital.

Or I'll book you!

All right.

Sit down, ross.

I feel pretty well.

Why did you help Stacey
to escape?

To curry favor with the board
in hope of release.

Haven't you anything to say?

Oh, please,
give me another chance.

I can't do any more time.

Please, turn me out of here.

Go along now.

Yeah. That's all I k
now. You can't blame me.

Come on, beat it.

It's okay, I didn't print it.

Come on!

All right.

Oh, you're stir-Nuts.
He don't know what he's saying

I'll take my chance that way.


You have no chance! Let me go!

Come on!

Come on, ross. We need you.

Come on.

There. You're out of it anyway.

Get going! Come on! Let's go!

Lock the door, get in
the mailroom and stay there.

The answer will always
be the same.

All right, men, all right!
All right!

Get moving or I'll bump you,
Stacey or no Stacey.

Come on. Move aside, ross.

I'll make my own break
when the time come.

All right, boys. Right here.

Did I say a picnic?

We may need them later.

Come on, get going. Come on.

I got something to take care of.
Go on, beat it.

To take care of with the warden.

Those orders will stand.


To take care of.

Come on.
I have got no time to waste.


Take care of her.
She's worth it.

I think I can hold them!

No hurry now, dale.

So long, Stacey.

I... gee, I don't
know what to say.

You'll be out yourself
before long.

So long, frank.

Here it is.