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A hired killer from Cleveland has a job to do on a second-string mob boss in New York. But a special girl from his past, and a fat gun dealer with pet rats, each gets in his way.
A vicious killer escapes from San Quentin with a cannister of what he believes to be heroin but is actually a radioactive substance that threatens all Los Angeles.
A spoiled rich girl used to getting her way comes up against a rancher who won't be intimidated by her.
Fourteen-year-old Tolly Devlin sees four hoods beat his father to death. Twenty years later, the killers have risen to the top of the crime syndicate and Tolly has a plan for revenge.
Claude is a ruthless and efficient contract killer - until he finds his next target is a woman.
After being wounded by a bullet, bank robber Charlie Blake seeks shelter with his gang at his brother's mountain retreat. There he rekindles his romance with his brother's wife and reconnects with the boy he believes is his son.
Reformed parolee Steve Lacey is caught in the middle when a wounded former cellmate seeks him out for shelter.
A disgruntled veteran recruits a group of disgraced colleagues to perform a bank robbery with military precision.
Young man who fled to Canada to avoid being drafted into the army prepares to come home for his father's funeral.
A story of a boy living in extreme poverty somewhere in rural America.He is forced to leave home by his Father for economical reasons (namely, they can no longer afford to house or feed him).Hitching a ride to New York City, he is then faced with unforeseen obstacles, including rivals his own age.After his encounter with the harsh reality of the city, he is befriended by a "lady of the night" (played by Lee Grant) who protects him, and cares for him.From the perspective of a young boy (as I was when I saw this movie), the notion of being kicked-out of one's home at a young age, and having to fend for one's self is nothing less than horrific.At the time I saw this film, I didn't think that the title was a particularly good fit, nor did others who saw it with me.Unaware of its other title "Pie in the Sky" at the time, I now believe in retrospect that it may have done better theatrically had it been released/distributed as such.A sleeper, and an obscure cult-classic to be, I saw this film in 1966 when it was "double-billed" with another (then current) film.I give it a modest rating, as I saw it only once. It did undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on me.Of the many, many obscure films now available, I have yet to see this under-rated film available in video.
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