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Plunder (1923) was a Action - Drama Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by George B. Seitz.

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Obscure Noir: Plunder Road (1957)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 23, 2013 From Shadows and Satin

For the first 13 minutes of Plunder Road, not one of the characters speaks a word. We can only hear their thoughts. It?s a fascinating beginning to one of the best obscure noirs around. In a nutshell, Plunder Road centers on ? in the tradition of The Asphalt Jungle (1950), Rififi (1955), and The Kil... Read full article

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Chapter Titles: (1) The Bandaged Man (2) Held By the Enemy (3) The Hidden Thing (4) Ruin (5) To Beat a Knave (6) Heights of Hazard (7) Mocked from the Grave (8) The Human Target (9) Game Clear Through (10) Against Time (11) Spunk (12) Under the Floor (13) Swamp of Lost Souls (14) The Madman (15) A King's Ransom
Stuntman John Stevenson was killed in a stunt during the making of this film.
All fifteen episodes of this serial have been preserved by the UCLA Film and Television Archive through Saving the Silents, organized by the National Film Preservation Foundation and supported through Save America's Treasures, a partnership of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
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Also directed by George B. Seitz

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