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Frank Leone is nearing the end of his prison term for a relatively minor crime. Just before he is paroled, however, Warden Drumgoole takes charge. Drumgoole was assigned to a hell-hole prison after his administration was publicly humiliated by Leone, and has now arrived on the scene to ensure that Leone never sees the light of day. Written by
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[after Leone has gotten Drumgoole to confess, and then revealed that the electric chair's fuse had been removed beforehand]
... Take him to the Hole, Mister Meissner.
[Meissner doesn't move]
And *somebody get me out of this chair*... Thank you. Mister Meissner, *I said take him to the Hole*.
Can't do that. Take the warden into custody.
[Braden cuffs up Drumgoole]
...Stop that! I am warden of this institution, and you will obey my - Stop it! - That was just a stupid confession I made to try and ...
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Great movie,Stallone is back after Rambo's success
I really enjoy watching this movie.Although the movie isn't much famous as Rambo or Rocky series it's a real masterpiece.Stallone gives an excellent performance as Frank Leone- a convict that is pushed too much and not fairily from the prison warden (D.Sutherland) who has a personal vendetta with him.Frank finally achieves in an astonishing way to prove that the warden has set him up in order to escape.There is where his personal drama ends.
It's a drama-action-romance movie that it's worth to see it not only for the good performances(S.Stallone,T.Sizemore,L.Romano,F.McRay) but for the suspense especially in the end.
For me it's just a Stallone's classic one, so take a seat and enjoy this really entertaining movie
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