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Dick Tracy vs. Cueball(1946)

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  • A Good Little Actioner

    • Paul W.
    • 4/24/18

    This was the second of four Dick Tracy B movies made by RKO between 1945 and 1947. So far I've seen the first two starring Morgan Conway, but have yet to view the final two with Ralph Byrd in the title role.I've seen lots of old movie series, and have to say that the first two Dick Tracy entries rank high among them. They are well-filmed, well-constructed, well-acted, fast-paced one-hour entertainments featuring many capable, familiar character actors. Leonard Maltin greatly underrates the series in his Movie Guide. As one might expect from a major studio like RKO, they are much better than Columbia Pictures' The Whistler series that Maltin praises so highly. RKO's craftsmanship and production values are notably superior. Therefore I've been pleasantly surprised by the first two entries in the series.A gruesome end for Cueball in the City!

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