High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Laughter in Hell is a
1933 Pre-Code film directed by Edward L. Cahn and starring Pat
O'Brien. The film's title was typical of the sensationalistic
titles of many Pre-Code films. The film was inspired in part by I
Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang and was part of a series of movies
depicting men in chain gangs following the success of that film.
O'Brien plays a railroad engineer who kills his wife and her lover
in a jealous rage and is sent to prison. The movie received a mixed
review in The New York Times upon its release. It is considered a
lost film, as no copies of it are known to exist.
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