The Beast of the City (1932)
Police Chief Jim Fitzpatrick is fighting gangster Sam Belmonte. He asks his dishonest brother Ed to keep an eye on Daisy who was connected with Belmonte.- Written by Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Police Captain Jim Fitzpatrick is a dedicated family man and crime fighter not averse to using violence to fight violence. Although he's been demoted for political reasons, public outcry forces the mayor to take more aggressive action against sleazy gang boss Sam Belmonte, and Fitzgerald's promoted to police chief. His younger brother, Police Detetive Ed Fitzpatrick, allows himself to be seduced by a languorously sexy Belmonte gang moll and needs money to continue the relationship. Frustrated when his principled brother will not promote him, he betrays Jim's trust by conspiring with Belmonte henchmen in a truck hijacking resulting in the deaths of a child and another police officer. After a crooked lawyer is able to get those guilty off on all charges, the relentlessly determined Chief turns to vigilantism to rid the city of its "Beasts."- Written by email@example.com
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