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"A Free Soul" is a 1931 Pre-Code film which tells the story of an alcoholic defense attorney who must defend his daughter's ex-boyfriend on a charge of murdering the mobster she had started a relationship with; a mobster whom her father had previously got an acquittal for on a murder charge. A Free Soul stars Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, Lionel Barrymore, and Clark Gable.
- also known as Bir Özgür Ruh
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Clarence Brown
- producer: Irving Thalberg
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons
- written by Willard Mack, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Becky Gardiner & John Meehan
- costume design by Adrian Adolph Greenberg
- genres: Trial drama, Crime Fiction, Romance Film, Melodrama, Drama
- subject: Law
- released on (84 years ago)
"A free soul" is a book by Adela Rogers St. Johns.
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I may not be able to say all I think; but I am not going to say anything that I do not think. I would rather a thousand times be a free soul in jail than to be a sycophant and coward in the streets. (Eugene V. Debs)
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