Three San Quentin escapees (Penny, Hastings and Morgan) kill a cop in a gas-station holdup. Wounded, Morgan flees through black-shadowed streets to the handiest refuge: with former cellmate Steve Lacey, who's paroled, with a new life and lovely wife, and can't afford to be caught associating with old cronies. But homicide detective Sims wants to use Steve to help him catch Penny and Hastings, who in turn extort his help in a bank job. Is there no way out for Steve?
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
...the squeeze was on from the killers and the cops!
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Did You Know?
At one point in the film actress/singer Doris Day's voice can be heard over the radio, singing "Wonderful, a previous picture the two had done. Gene Nelson had previously done four films with Day including Tea for Two and Lullaby of Broadway. See more
When Gat Morgan comes to Steve and Ellen Laceys' apartment he brandishes a Smith & Wesson .38 special with a 2.5" barrel. When Steve's parole officer arrives detective Lt. Sims holds and hands the gun that Steve Lacey took from Morgan to parole officer O'Keefe. The revolver now has a 4" barrel and appears to be a Colt Police Positive. See more
Dr. Otto Hessler
People. They accept the love of a dog, and when it gets old and sick they say put it to sleep.
Bringing in the Sheaves
Music by George A. Minor
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