An ex-military accountant is recruited by the FBI to infiltrate the mob in Chicago in an attempt to break open the rackets. To complicate his job, two women stand in his way, each with their own agenda.
Miami cop Bart Scott tracks down, in Cuba, a fugitive witness who can shed light in a double homicide and about the activities of a Miami mob lawyer who uses murder and blackmail in order to force the legalization of gambling in Florida.
Fred F. Sears
Lee J. Cobb,
I searched for this one since a while. A real rare gem. An anti-red yarn, of course, set in China. Richard Denning plays here an American adventurer, a lousy gambler, who is recruited by US and nationalist agents to help them to fight against communist subversive activities. Prevent the red to get weapons and ammunitions. Lots of action in this fast paced feature, very well done. This movie is directed by Fred Sears and produced by Wallace Mc Donald, far better than Sam Katzman, another Columbia Pictures producer.
I recommend this one. You won't regret it.
But it's not a masterpiece.
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