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Six Bridges to Cross(1955)

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  • A Good Story and a Solid Movie

    • Richard Guenther
    • 1/23/17

    I found a DVD on eBay of this old rare movie that is never shown on TV anymore, if it ever was.It's not a great movie, but it a good movie and a good story of a poor youth in New York City from 1933 during the depression and later years. He starts out with a small gang of thieving friends who steal small food items from sidewalk produce stores and then run away laughing. Sal Mineo plays the main character as a kid then, but Sal doesn't look tough enough to be in a gang of scruffy toughs. He looks like he couldn't do two push-ups!Anyway, when he grows up he looks like Tony Curtis and still has other thieves for friends, and they commit more serious robberies with guns. A kindly policeman tries hard time and again to help him change to an honest man, but it is all for naught and the whole gang finds out that crime does not pay in the end. All crime movies at that time made a point of showing you that a criminal life would lead to a bad end, often death. I doubt that too many people would still be interested in seeing this old movie, but those who are can check eBay once in a while to see if it's being sold there by a serious film buff.

  • Release on DVD? I was in the movie.

    • Janice Thomas
    • 4/6/13

    Fond memories of making this movie in Boston. I played Gallagher's daughter. My mother gave me a small camera so I could take photos during the filming of the movie, but didn't put in film. Would love to see this movie again.

  • Crime Don't Pay

    • Ihayessr
    • 10/5/10

    This movie and The Movie, Blackboard Jungle caused meto change my life and become more productive in my youth.

  • where's this movie

    • steve rosetta
    • 12/29/06

    I saw this movie as a kid growing uo in Boston,which is the setting for this terrific feature. This must have been one of Tony Curtis's first film's, as well as Sal Mineo who play's the younger Curtis character. I have not seen this film on any channel and can't believe no one including T.C.M has scheduled it. Also, as I remember the film, it was about the Brink's robbery,that at the time, was the biggest Heist in History.I sure would love to see this classic again.Regards,Steve Rosetta

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