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Homer Van Meter (Character)
from Dillinger (1973)

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Dillinger -- True-life story of gangster John Dillinger. His violent life of crime made headline news in the thirties, and he robbed banks across the Midwest. A folk hero of sorts, Dillinger was caught in a whirl of machine guns, fast cars and beautiful women. But it came to a bloody end in 1934 when the FBI gunned him down.

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Biography:
Homer Van Meter was a gunman and right hand man for John Dillinger... See more »
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Homer van Meter

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  1. The Death of Jack Hamilton (????) Played by Christopher Berry

  2. Public Enemies (2009) Played by Stephen Dorff

  3. The Kansas City Massacre (1975) (TV) Played by Brion James
  4. Dillinger (1973) Played by Harry Dean Stanton

  5. Baby Face Nelson (1957) Played by Elisha Cook Jr. (as Homer van Meter)
  6. "Gang Busters"
    ... aka "Captured" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Gangbusters" - USA (DVD box title)
        - Dillinger (1952) TV episode, Played by Richard Crane
        - Homer Van Meter (1952) TV episode, Played by Richard Crane
        - Alvin Karpis (1952) TV episode, Played by Richard Crane
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  1. Guns Don't Argue (1960) Played by Richard Crane

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Quotes:
From "Gang Busters: Dillinger (#2.4)" (1952)
John Dillinger: What's bitin' you, Homer?
Homer Van Meter: [indicates newspaper] This. You've got FBI heat on you, John. You're getting too popular - that's makes us all too popular. So, if you don't mind, I'm cutting out of here tomorrow.
Special Agent Lt. Clifton: [narrating] Too late - the FBI was there. The trap was closing.
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