Fifty years ago, Alcatraz prison was closed, all inmates officially shifted to a more modern facility. In fact jailer Emerson Hauser was among those who witnessed dozens of hardened criminals disappearing mysteriously at once. He joined the FBI and heads a secret division to hunt them down now. The first target is Jack Sylvane, dubiously convicted and mistreated, who now exacts bloody revenge on long-retired deputy warden E.B. Tiller. The affair allows recruiting Alcatraz-obsessed genius Dr. Diego Soto and San Fancisco PD detective Rebecca Madsen, who seems somehow destined.
Did You Know?
Both of the police officers that challenge the suspect do not draw their guns. On a stop such as the one shown, they would have drawn their weapons and been in a ready position. Only a master gunfighter could draw and fire to take both of them out before they could fire. See more
You ever do any research on an inmate named Jack Sylvane?
Sylvane? That was one unlucky cat. The guy was a World War II vet. Got sent to the Rock for robbing a grocery store.
How's that a federal crime?
Well, that's the unlucky part. Store sold stamps.
[nodding with understanding
Which makes it a post office.
Written by Mick Jagger
(as Jagger) and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones See more