The Devil's Sleep
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The Devil's Sleep
Still trading on her famous married name -- although she and Charles Chaplin had been divorced since 1927 -- Lita Grey Chaplin returned to films after an 18-year absence in this wretched exploitation melodrama produced by that redoubtable shlock-meister George Weiss. Chaplin played a lady judge whose daughter (Tracy Lynne) gets hooked on "nitro-phenol" at nasty Timothy Farrell's "gym." Determining that "uppers" are behind all of he ills afflicting today's teenagers, Judge Chaplin says things such as: "everyone rushing nowhere, to get nowhere, and for… More