"Paid" (also known as "Debito d'odio") is a Drama film directed by Sam Wood, and written by Lucien Hubbard (adaptation), released on December 30 of 1930 in the USA . Joan Crawford and Robert Armstrong are starring, alongside Marie Prevost, John Miljan, Hale Hamilton and William Bakewell.
Who directed "Paid":
Paid was directed by Sam Wood, an American director, producer, actor, and writer.
Before making Paid, Sam Wood had directed Way for a Sailor, released in 1930, The Sins of the Children (1930), The Girl Said No (1930), They Learned About Women (1930), Queen Kelly (1929), and The Fair Co-Ed (1927). Since, he directed A Tailor Made Man, released in 1931, New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931), Prosperity (1932), The Barbarian (1933), Hold Your Man (1933), and The Cat and the Fiddle (1934).
What was the release date of "Paid":
Paid was first released in the United States on Tuesday, December 30, 1930.. This was eighty-eight (88) years ago.
What is the cast of "Paid":
At the casting of Paid we find Joan Crawford, previously seen in Our Blushing Brides (1930) and Montana Moon (1930); Robert Armstrong (The Racketeer (1929), A Girl in Every Port (1928)); Marie Prevost (Ladies of Leisure (1930), The Godless Girl (1929)) [ more... ]
- Gwen Lee and Joan Crawford, John Miljan also appeared in Untamed, released in 1929.
- Joan Crawford, Hale Hamilton and William Bakewell also appeared in Dance, Fools, Dance, released in 1931.
- Joan Crawford, John Miljan and Gwen Lee have all also be seen in Our Blushing Brides, released in 1930.
What is the Storyline of "Paid":
Unjustly sent to prison, Mary Turner (Joan Crawford) plots revenge upon those who sent her there - district attorney Demarest (Hale Hamilton) and Edward Gilder (Purnell Pratt). Once released she meets Joe Garson (Armstrong), an experienced crook, and together they concoct a breach of promise scam to be perpetrated upon the well-heeled elderly. In an ambitious step, Mary weds her enemy's son Bob Gilder (Douglass Montgomery). At the end, she has come to terms with her past and seeks peace of mind rather than [...]
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