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After being released from prison, notorious thief Roy Earle is hired by his old boss to help a group of inexperienced criminals plan and carry out the robbery of a California resort.
"Pard" played by "Zero the Dog" was Humphrey Bogart's dog in real life.
If I didn't know where they were from, I'd think they were phony.
Roy Earle: Poor old Mac. There he was lying dead with $500,000 beside him. Well, it's all yours and all I want is my cut.
Art: You gonna have to wait a few days for that Roy;
Roy Earle: What?
Art: Don't look at me ...
When Roy Earle leaves Indiana, he's driving a 1937 Plymouth coupe. As he's approaching California, the car is a 1938 (similar to the '37 but shorter, wider grille). Later, it changes back to the '37, then to the '38 again.
Opening credits curve over the mountain-top valley of the background, as the wind would do.
Because this movie made Humphrey Bogart a major star, re-releases billed him ahead of Ida Lupino.
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