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I Cover the Underworld (1955)

Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir | 19 May 1955 (USA)
A priest is about to see his twin brother, whom he hasn't seen in a long time--because his brother, a gang leader, has been serving a stretch in prison.

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Cast

Cast overview:
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Gunner O'Hara & John O'Hara
Joanne Jordan ...
Joan Marlowe
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Police Chief Corbett
Jaclynne Greene ...
Gilda
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Flash Logan
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Smiley Di Angelo
Hugh Sanders ...
Tim Donovan
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District Attorney
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Charlie Green
Robert Crosson ...
Danny Marlowe
Frank Gerstle ...
Dum-Dum Wilson
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Warden Lewis J. Johnson
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Jake Freeman
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John O'Hara, a divinity priest student endeavors to help the police, rolling up a gang of criminals. John poses as his twin brother Gunner O'Hara a gangster, who is in prison. John is finally accepted by the gang and he succeeds improving the efficiency of this gang by cooperating closely with other criminal gangs. John coerces them these gangs, keeping careful records of their various criminal activities. Problems for John and the police arise when Gunner O'Hara escapes from prison. Written by Robert

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Also Known As:

Die Ratten von Chicago  »

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1.66 : 1
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It's Not the First Love
Lyrics by Eddie Cherkose (as Eddie Maxwell)
Music by Nathan Scott
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