SKU 6552


Directed by Edward L. Cahn Written by Orville H. Hampton Produced by Edward Small (uncredited) Robert E. Kent Craig Hill as Dr. Condon / Frank Harlow Elaine Edwards as Laurie Grant Richards as Big Jim Craven Willis Bouchey as Col. Maitland Claudia Barrett as Fran Philip Ford Gerald Geraghty Don 'Red' Barry ... Doug Forbes (as Donald Barry) Janet Martin ... Beatrice William Phipps ... Tommy Callahan Roy Barcroft ... Guard Grady June Storey ... Virginia Marley Jane Darwell ... Aunt Ella Milburn Stone... Bart Kanin Chester Clute ... Train Conductor Yelvington Ralph Dunn ... U.S. Marshal Mark Stevens Richard Irving ... Andy Anders John Alvin ... Nick Michael Carr ... Marty Mason Marc Krah ... Slip Mahaffey Denver Pyle ... Hutch Hutchins Iron Eyes Cody ... Geronimo Kenneth MacDonald ... Guard Reeves Harry Harvey ... George Steven Baron ... Edgar Bobby Stone ... Hollister (as Bob Stone) Don Haggerty ... Billings John Doucette ... McHenry


One night in the big city, two hoodlums arrive at the open-all-hours surgery of Dr. Roger Condon, bringing with them the savagely beaten cop, Lou Miles. Condon soon discovers that the patient has died and calls the cops. Lt. Dan Carbo shows Condon the usual mugshots, and Condon identifies the hoods as Jay Roccoand Big Jim Craven. Carbo puts out an APB, and Rocco is soon caught, but Craven escapes. Condon attempts to carry on with his life, but when the cop guarding him is killed by one of Craven’s men, he realizes he has to go on the run from Craven, who’s clearly desperate to eliminate the witness, who can pin Miles’s death on him.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 73 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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A train en route to Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary carries a prison car filled with men planning and hoping for an escape, while the police do all they can to contain them. When the train stops at Varneyville, future Alcatraz inmate Tommy Calligan is loaded onto the prison car, where he is introduced to his fellow prisoners including Doug Forbes and Bart Kanin, a personal enemy of Tommy's. After Tommy acquaints himself with the men in the car, he relates to Forbes the story of how he came to loathe Kanin: Tommy is out on parole after doing time for petty thefts. Wanting a fresh start with life, he gets a job as a mechanic. One day at the shop, Tommy's old girl friend, Virginia Marley, shows up with Kanin. Using her charm on Tommy, Virginia lures him into Kanin's underworld business as a runner, gives him a gun for his protection and instructs him to work under Kanin's man, Marty Mason. This go well until one day, when the police, who have suspected Tommy, move to arrest him. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 59 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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