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Mobster Tommy Gordon isn't worried about being sentenced to Sing Sing prison because his political pals have promised him a quick parole. A troublesome prisoner, he finally concedes that ... See full summary »
A partially obscured theater marquee in an opening scene of MGM's Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) is for this film. "Castle" was originally released in 1940 by Warner Bros. but re-released in 1949, so it kind of receives an advance re-release plug, albeit a quick one, in a rival studio's film.
Come over to the cell and see me sometime, Doctor. We'll discuss the phsyo-pathic neurosis of the sub-normal stride, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.
As train pulls into station the conductor announces "Ossining." Through the window we see a building with sign - "Lord and Burnham, Irvington, New York." Irvington is four stations south of the Ossining station.
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