Gang Busters: Season 2, Episode 4

Dillinger (23 Oct. 1952)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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John Dillinger, a notorious 1930s bank robber, escapes from the state penitentiary using a wooden gun, but makes a critical error when he crosses the state line in a stolen car. That act ... See full summary »

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Myron Healey ...
Richard Crane ...
Darlene Fields ...
Connie
Ann Morriss ...
Scott Douglas ...
Special Agent Lt. Clifton
Robert Bice ...
Special Agent Lt. Tyler
Robert Kendall ...
Robert Vanselow ...
John Hamilton (as Bob Vanselow)
Joseph J. Greene ...
Arthur Troser (as J.J. Greene)
Glenn Holden ...
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John Dillinger, a notorious 1930s bank robber, escapes from the state penitentiary using a wooden gun, but makes a critical error when he crosses the state line in a stolen car. That act violated a U.S. law, causing the FBI to take up the hunt. Although Dillinger manages to escape from several traps set by the G-men, he's finally cornered by agents leaving a Chicago movie theater with "The Lady in Red". Written by David Bassler

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23 October 1952 (USA)  »

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Special Agent Lt. Clifton: Hello, I'm your Gang Busters host, Special Agent Clifton of the FBI. Our story is about a man who was one of the most ruthless killers in our history. In a moment, I'll tell you about John Dillinger, who could bluff his way out of jail with a block of wood but was stopped by a lady in red.
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