Gang Bullets

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Gang Bullets

gangster police shootout

Gang Bullets

Release Date: November 10, 1938

Year    :   1938
Slogan    :   «Against the vicious racketeers who rule a terrified city!»
Genres    :   Action, Thriller
Production Companies    :   Monogram Pictures
Director    :   Lambert Hillyer
Producers    :   
Writers    :   John T. Neville
RunTime    :   63 mins.

Gang Bullets was one of a myriad of late-1930s Monogram crime pictures, bearing such interchangable titles as I Am a Criminal, Convict's Code and Federal Bullets. Morgan Wallace plays a Capone-like racketeer named Anderson, who after being chased out of one town by the authorities immediately sets up shop in another. Unable to get any tangible evidence against Anderson, DA Wayne (Charles Trowbridge) orders his assistant Carter (Robert Kent) to dig up some dirt on the gangster boss. To do this, Carter pretends to turned crooked, joining Anderson's gang in order to accumulate evidence. Alas, Carter's girl friend Patricia (Anne Nagel) knows nothing of her boyfriend's subterfuge, and she suspects the worst. With such formidable henchmen as John Merton and Carleton Young at his beck and call, it's something of a surprise when Anderson comes a-cropper in the last reel.




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