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The Walking Target (1960)

Approved | | Crime, Drama | October 1960 (USA)
Nick gets out of prison after serving his time for robbery, but no one ever found the stolen money, a quarter million dollars. Everyone's watching him: the police, a mobster, his girlfriend... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
... Gail Russo
Ron Foster ... Nick Harbin
... Susan Mallory
... Detective Max Brodney
Robert Christopher ... Dave Prince
... Arnie Hoffman
Bill Couch ... Hoffman's Thug
... Sam Russo
... Al Kramer
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George Sawaya ... Brodney's Driver
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Nick gets out of prison after serving his time for robbery, but no one ever found the stolen money, a quarter million dollars. Everyone's watching him: the police, a mobster, his girlfriend, reporters, hoping to catch him going for the loot. Written by Anonymous

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Bersaglio umano  »

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ok caper.... no real surprises.
1 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

Ron Foster is "Nick", fresh out of jail for robbery, and the loot has never been found. That's pretty much the opening line, said by the prison warden, as he releases Nick back to the world. and hot on his trail is Detective Brodney (Harp McGuire). and the mob. and the people he thinks are his friends. And Joan Evans is "Gail"... who may or may not be an innocent bystander. Evans gets top billing in the cast list, so she must be pretty important to the plot. Written by Stephen Kandel. He wrote almost exclusively for television, and this. and a couple films earlier in his career. Directed by Edward Cahn, for United Artists, towards the end of his career... only worked a couple more years after this. The "fist fights" are just terrible. so fake. The story itself is pretty good, the acting is pretty good. Picture and sound quality are great. entertaining enough.


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