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I really enjoyed Bruce Nozick as Dutch Schultz in this fun gangster flick. Nozick's Dutch Schultz is one wild character and he makes this movie a treat. I was looking for some fun B movie escapism and this flick delivered. It's got a good cast, great musical score, and fine cinematography. Nozick's Dutch is one wild character! The scene in the grocery store is unforgettable! The exploding plate of spaghetti assassination is a hoot! The armored fortress like vehicle is a blast! Don't take this too seriously or expect it to be a documentary. Love B movies? Give Hit the Dutchman a try. I'm giving it such a high score because I had so much fun watching it.
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