Illegal (1955) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Lewis Allen and produced by Frank P. Rosenberg.
ILLEGAL (1955)By Terry on May 16, 2019 From Stardust and Shadows
Hollywood in the fifties was going through a transition. The moguls were losing control of the medium. Actors were becoming independent. Audiences were evolving.? Sure, scandals? still happened that were hushed up.? The argument, the? evidence, the testimony and the final sound of the gavel hitting ... Read full article
Illegal (1932)By John Grant on Nov 25, 2017 From Noirish
UK / 71 minutes / bw / Warner Bros. First National Dir: William McGann Pr & Story: Irving Asher Scr: Roland Pertwee Cine: Willard Van Enger Cast: Isobel Elsom, Ivor Barnard, D.E. Clarke-Smith (i.e., D.A. Clarke-Smith), Margot Grahame, Moira Lynd, Edgar Norfolk, Wally Patch, Margaret Damer, Joy C... Read full article
Illegal (1955)By Beatrice on Mar 15, 2016 From Flickers in Time
Illegal Directed by Lewis Allen Written by W.R. Burnett and James R. Webb from a story by Frank J. Collins 1955/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/My DVD collection Frank Garland: I’m the house, Victor. I never gamble! This film gives us another solid performance from Edward G. Robinson and the... Read full article
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Frank Garland: Get up that $10,000, or you won't be chasing ambulances anymore. They'll be chasing you!
Allen Parker: Then it's all settled? They won't prosecute me?
Victor Scott: No.
Allen Parker: You're not going to keep all of my $10,000?
Victor Scott: Your $10,000? You stole it; I earned it!
Allen Parker: But that's all I got. You wouldn't take everything I have, would you?
Victor Scott: You can get out of town and keep going before you lose more than money.
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Film debut of Jayne Mansfield.
In the scene where 'Edward G. Robinson''s character enters the office of DA Ralph Ford (Edward Platt) you can see the Maltese Falcon from John Houston's 1941 film on the barristers bookcase near the entrance door.
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