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Murder, Inc.

Murder, Inc.(1960)

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  • murder inc

    • kevin sellers
    • 1/21/18

    Maybe it's because it's got two directors but this film's quality veers wildly from scenes of almost Scorsese-ian tension and menace to sequences that resemble mid level episodes of "The Untouchables." In general, you're in good hands whenever Peter Falk and David J. Stewart (playing the delicate stomached gila monster Lepke) are on screen and should take a bathroom break when dull Stuart Whitman and the even more bland May Britt appear. Fortunately, there's more of the former duo than the latter, so let's give this film a solid B.

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    • H.A.C.
    • 1/14/18

    This hard & credibly acted movie provides a blueprint to reduce the filth/lies/murder business within cities as long as the good guys are the real thing which today seems undefinable. All actors competently came across as their characters, giving the correct impression of good, bad, ugly & innocent guys (which includes the women).

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    • Maurice Black
    • 7/11/08

    I have always enjoyed watching this movie. I was more intrigued with Peter Falk role in this movie than any other movie I saw him play in. But, you do not have any images of the movie in your archives.

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