Invisible Stripes is a 1939 Warner Bros. crime film about a gangster unable to go straight after returning home from prison. The movie was directed by Lloyd Bacon and also features William Holden and Humphrey Bogart. The screenplay by Warren Duff was based on the novel of the same name by Warden Lewis E. Lawes, a fervent crusader for prison reform, as adapted by Jonathan Finn. Cliff Taylor is an ex-con who wants to go straight, but since being released from prison on parole, he finds it hard to find and hold a job due to his criminal past. Cliff's younger brother Tim follows in his...
|Release date:||December 30, 1939|
|Directed by:||Lloyd Bacon|
|Producer:||Hal B. Wallis, Jack Warner|
|Music by:||Heinz Eric Roemheld|
|Screenplay by:||Warren B. Duff, Jonathan Finn|