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Mystery-Suspense-Film Noir > New Releases > DVD


(1961) Ed Dugan, G.J. Mitchell, Louis Gartner, Don Alderetter, Madeline Frances, Wes Carlson.  A teenage boy drives off from a diner and witnesses a car-to-car shooting in which a gangster is badly wounded, his car crashing into a ditch.  The teenager stumbles down the embankment to help, but the gangster, still alive, pulls a gun and forces him to drive him to his “pal’s” house.  After a scuffle, his pal (a doctor) shoots the gangster.  The teenager flees.  Soon the teen’s life is turned upside down as flees from both the cops and the crooks.  This film sports a sleazy, jazzy score that enhances the seedy nature of the story. The storyboarding and cinematography are quite good for such a low budget affair. There is, of course, a bevy of good-looking gangster’s molls with heavy eye makeup thrown into the mix.  Really cool opening credits.  All in all this is a bang-up movie for something so cheaply made. From 35mm. 

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