Mobster Tommy Gordon isn't worried about being sentenced to Sing Sing prison because his political pals have promised him a quick parole. A troublesome prisoner, he finally concedes that his friends have deserted him, and he makes an effort to reform. When his girlfriend Kay is injured in an accident, Warden Long gives Tommy a pass to go see her. But trouble erupts when Tommy encounters the man responsible for his imprisonment.
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Did You Know?
A partially obscured theater marquee in an opening scene of MGM's Tenth Avenue Angel
(1948) is for this film. "Castle" was originally released in 1940 by Warner Bros. but re-released in 1949, so it kind of receives an advance re-release plug, albeit a quick one, in a rival studio's film. See more
As train pulls into station the conductor announces "Ossining." Through the window we see a building with sign - "Lord and Burnham, Irvington, New York." Irvington is four stations south of the Ossining station. See more
Come over to the cell and see me sometime, Doctor. We'll discuss the phsyo-pathic neurosis of the sub-normal stride, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.
Edited from 20,000 Years in Sing Sing
You Go to My Head
Music by J. Fred Coots
Played at the nightclub after Tommy and Kay finish dancing See more