Caged (1950) Film Review C-

Caged
DIRECTOR: John Cromwell
BOTTOM LINE: “Hype the New Fish.” Innocent Eleanor Parker spends time in a women’s prison. You get the usual prison dyke topes on both sides of the equation. With Hope Emerson as the sadistic correctional officer and Agnes Moorehead as the enlightened prison warden. Its heart is in the right place, but, like many message movies, it has not dated well.
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