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Whatever happened to the great Lowell Gilmore?Here,he's suave gangster who is in cahoots with his girlfriend-on-the-sides new man,plotting a railway heist of old bills,untraceable,and could not help to think why his life was cut short at 53,having to retire in 1957 for what I can see as chronic health issues,as he looked sickly in his last few roles.This was a great film noir,definitely McGraw's film.Great supporting cast.
Now This Is More Noirish
Enjoyed Chas McGraw,Dixon too under Howie Hughes" influence,another career he destroyed,yes,sorta Harvey Weinstein.Loved Lowell Gilmore as the baddie with a brain.
Typical film noir
Good performances by McGraw and Dixon made the movie worth the watch, even though I found the ending predictable.
Interesting title sequence leads into an exciting first scene. Unfortunately the movie doesn't sustain the promise of it's beginning. Worth watching for the beautiful Joan Dixon.
A rare performance by Joan Dixon, with Charles McGraw, in an RKO gem.