Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A crusading reporter uses his friendship with a mobster to expose the machinations of organized crime in his city.
"Bugs" Kelley is obviously inspired by Bugsy Siegel (1906-1947), especially when he reacts to his nickname with "Don't call me "Bugs!"
I'm convinced that crime in our city is incorporated like big business.
After Crime Inc. assassin Eddie Garr decides to become a state's witness, he is stabbed to death in prison with a knife to the left chest. In his story on the murder, reporter Jim Riley states that he was stabbed in the back.
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