Nice-guy bookie Dan Gannin plans to quit the racket; he's opening a new night club with his torch-singing sister as main attraction. But Dan's best friend Hal runs afoul of "protection" crooks, and Dan goes after them like a one-man police force despite the admonishments of Lt. Barney Runson. But there's one thing Dan didn't bargain on...
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Racket king Raft - and homicide ace Bendix - hunting the same killer - tricked by the same dame
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After production, the film changed its title from Race Street to Jackpot and back to Race Street by the time of its release. See more
When the 2 hoods grab Hal (Morgan) at his front door, the hood who took his gun has a semi-auto in his hand. In the next scene, different angle, he has a revolver in has hand. When it switches back to the original angle, he again has the semi-auto pistol in his hand. See more
I'm in a Jam with Baby
Music by Ray Heindorf
and M.K. Jerome
Lyrics Ted Koehler
Performed by Gale Robbins See more