Traffic in Souls
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Traffic in Souls
Inspired by several stage plays and a couple of sensationalistic Danish white slavery" films, Traffic in Souls became one of the most talked about and, at $25,000, the most expensive feature film of its day. Although representing himself as an enemy of the pervasive "traffic in souls," the capture and enslavement of innocent immigrant girls right off the boat, wealthy "reformer" William Trubus (William Welsh) is actually the head of the ring, operating from an office bearing the legend: "International Purity and Reform League." On the floor below, the… More

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""Traffic in Souls" started the trend in Hollywood to make sexy pictures..."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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