A composite of three re-edited episodes from the 1952 TV series, Gangbusters, released to theatres in 1957 as a feature film. Gang Busters (1954) was a similar effort.
. . . and dead men don't talk!
Did You Know?
After dealing in pompous, semi-documentary style, with the lives, crimes, and deaths of such well known real life persons as John Dillinger, Ma Barker, Clyde Barrow, Bonnie Parker, and Pretty Boy Floyd, among others, and of course, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its pursuit of these people, this film carries the usual disclaimer over the end credits, "All events, characters, firms and institutions in this photoplay are fictional and any similarity to any persons, living or dead, or to any actual events or to any actual firms or institutions is coincidental and unintentional," followed by the names of the cast members who portrayed these very people. See more
Though set in the 1930s, the film's sets, costumes and many of the cars seen in it are all from the 1950s. See more