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Bullet Scars (1942)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  7 March 1942 (USA)
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Dr. Steven Bishop is taken to the hideout of Frank Dillon and his gang to treat the wounded Joe Madison. Joe's nurse sister Nora Madison is also taken. Dillon tells Bishop that if Joe dies,... See full summary »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Dr. Steven Bishop
Adele Longmire ...
Nora Madison
Howard Da Silva ...
Frank Dillon
Ben Welden ...
Pills Davis
John Ridgely ...
Hank O'Connor
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Mike
Tod Andrews ...
Joe Madison (as Michael Ames)
Hobart Bosworth ...
Dr. Sidney Carter
Roland Drew ...
Jake
Walter Brooke ...
Trooper Walter Leary
Creighton Hale ...
Jess, the Druggist
Hank Mann ...
Gilly
Sol Gorss ...
Dude
Don Turner ...
Mitch
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Dr. Steven Bishop is taken to the hideout of Frank Dillon and his gang to treat the wounded Joe Madison. Joe's nurse sister Nora Madison is also taken. Dillon tells Bishop that if Joe dies, he will be killed, but Bishop knows he will be either way. Joe dies, but Nora and Steve conceal it from Dillon and send a plea for help in a prescription that Bishop writes. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Death To The Last Of Gangdom's KILLERS!

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Crime | Drama

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7 March 1942 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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unoriginal, but fun (very minor spoiler)
24 September 2004 | by (Cyberspace) – See all my reviews

Though there's not much original in this flick, it's a fun light gangster show. There's nothing too heavy here (but there's a couple deaths - that was the spoiler).

The good character-actor cast are all better known for other work, but they do an admirable job here, and seem to be having a good time with it. They are not taking themselves or the film too seriously, but they are playing it strictly straight.

Howard Da Silva plays the heavy, and while he can be very menacing in some of his roles, he uses a very light touch here (he's almost affable).

I can heartily recommend it as an entertaining hour's worth.


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