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A mobster (Quinn) springs a condemned murderer (Granger) because he got his sister (Bancroft) pregnant.

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Nicholas 'Nicky' Bradna
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Phil Regal
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Rosalie Regalzyk
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Joe McFarland
Else Bäck ...
Mrs. Regalzyk (as Else Neft)
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Millie Swadke
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Latzi Franks
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Antonio Cardini
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Attorney Michael X. Flanders
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Dist. Atty. Blaker
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Shimmy
Joyce Terry ...
Margie (as Joy Terry)
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I. Barricks
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Louie
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Jury Foreman (uncredited)
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Mr. Hough (uncredited)
James Conaty ...
Judge #3 (uncredited)
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Evelyn Shriner (uncredited)
Russell Custer ...
Bailiff (uncredited)
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Big Eddie (uncredited)
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Judge #2 (uncredited)
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Man in Alley (uncredited)
Robert Haines ...
Stenographer (uncredited)
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Judge Roder (uncredited)
Ed Haskett ...
Juror (uncredited)
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Regal's Henchman (uncredited)
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Sing Sing Guard (uncredited)
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Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Byron Kane ...
Judge #1 (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Man in Crowd (uncredited)
Frank Kreig ...
Ollie (uncredited)
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Police Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
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Francie (uncredited)
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Police Detective (uncredited)
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Hermie (uncredited)
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Finney (uncredited)
Barney Phillips ...
Callan (uncredited)
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Poker Player (uncredited)
Joey Ray ...
Detective (uncredited)
Dick Ryan ...
Police Detective (uncredited)
Maxwell Shane ...
Felon in Police Photo (uncredited)
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Janet (uncredited)
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Nutsy (uncredited)
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Harry Goldish (uncredited)
Sammy Weiss ...
Lennie (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ...
Sing Sing Guard (uncredited)
Than Wyenn ...
Rosalie's Doctor (uncredited)

Directed by

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Maxwell Shane

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Maxwell Shane ... (screenplay) and
Leo Katcher ... (screenplay)
 
Leo Katcher ... (story)

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Edward Small ... producer (uncredited)

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Ernest Gold
Emil Newman

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Floyd Crosby ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Grant Whytock

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Ted Haworth ... (as Edward Haworth)

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Lou Korn ... (as Louis E. Korn)

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Edward G. Boyle

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Gustaf Norin ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Ralph E. Black ... production manager (as Ralph Black)

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Horace Hough ... assistant director

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Max Frankel ... property master

Sound Department

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Fred Lau ... sound

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Joe King ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Emil Newman ... musical director (uncredited)

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Mickey Knox ... dialogue director
Stanley Scheuer ... script supervisor
Edward Small ... presenter
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Plot Summary

Roselle Regalzyk (Anne Bancroft) is the naughty but nice little sister of mobster Phil "Regal" (Anthony Quinn). The unwed Roselle has managed to get herself pregnant by Nick Branda (Farley Granger), another convict who is soon on his way to the electric chair. Phil no sooner has Nick sprung so that he can marry Roselle, then Roselle miscarries, making the shotgun wedding unnecessary. Written by alfiehitchie

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Taglines They live on the main drag of Brooklyn's jungle ! See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Brass Ring (United States)
  • The Mobster (United States)
  • The Big Frame (United States)
  • The Rap (United States)
  • Le roi du racket (France)
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  • 84 min
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Trivia A scene where Quinn first goes inside a building to visit his mother, that street was filmed on Second Street in Los Angeles, California in what is called "Little Tokyo". See more »
Goofs When Nicky goes to rob the liquor store, the door has deadbolt hardware on the inside and outside, but there is no corresponding bolt or plate on the edge of the door - an obvious shortcut taken by studio carpenters. See more »

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