The Enforcer (1951) was a Drama - Crime Film directed by Raoul Walsh and Bretaigne Windust and produced by Milton Sperling.
The Enforcer (1951)By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 2, 2018 From 4 Star Films
Not that this should deter you completely but The Enforcer isn’t a particularly?unique?crime film?by any stretch of the imagination. Still, we have Humphrey Bogart headlining?the police procedural not unlike a Call Northside 777 (1948), The Naked City (1948), or Panic in the Streets (1950). He... Read full article
The Enforcer (1951)By Beatrice on Jun 30, 2013 From Flickers in Time
The Enforcer Directed by Bretaigne Windust (credited) and Raoul Walsh (uncredited) 1951/USA Warner Brothers presents A United States Picture First viewing This is a “B” movie with an “A” star – Humphrey Bogart. Bogart plays District Attorney Martin Ferguson. ?Fergus... Read full article
The Enforcer – 1951By Bogart Fan on May 13, 2013 From The Bogie Film Blog
My Review —A Decent Thriller— Your Bogie?Fix: ?out of 5 Bogies! Director: ?Although Bretaigne Windust is credited, Raoul Walsh was brought in after only a few days of filming when Windust was taken to the hospital, seriously ill.? Windust would not return in time to finish the picture. ... Read full article
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Babe Lazich: Thanks, Mr. Rico, Now I'm ready for the big stuff - maybe even a killing.
Joseph Rico: [grabbing Babe by the collar] Don't ever say that! A murder is a contract. A hit is the sucker that gets killed. Remember those words and use 'em. Then, even if the cops tap our phone, they don't know what you're talkin' about! Get that?
Babe Lazich: Yes, sir. Anything else?
Joseph Rico: Yes. Burn that tent you're wearin' and get yourself a suit!
Joseph Rico: [to Babe Lazich] A blimp like you ain't got a girlfriend, have you?
Babe Lazich: I've got a wife.
Joseph Rico: Well, if anything happens to you, we take care of her. If you get into a jam, we get you a lawyer. If you get in jail, you're on the payroll all the time you're in.
James Malloy: They made me kill my girl!
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Everett Sloane, who plays the kingpin of the underworld in this movie, provided the voice of do-gooder Dick Tracy in the 1961 cartoon shorts based loosely on the Chester Gould comic strip.
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