A liquor store proprietor, still grieving over his wife's passing, must also deal with the savage murder of his friend and fellow store owner during a holdup. Scorned by his fellow businessmen, Mr. Johannis feels compelled to exact a measure of retribution on his own.
Did You Know?
This must have been filmed during the long and costly New York newspaper strike, as when the killer's girl brings him some newspapers to see how the robberies were reported, one of them is the Philadelphia Inquirer, temporarily sold on New York city news stands, though you weren't intended to notice in this scene. See more