The Last Crooked Mile (1946)

Approved   |    |  Crime, Drama, Film-Noir


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After a bank robbery, the loot disappears and is sought after by an insurance investigator, the police and the surviving robbers.


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30 September 2002 | madsagittarian
Notable B noir
Ann Savage will forever be known as the vulturous woman in Ulmer's masterpiece DETOUR. Alas, many other films in her career have not had comparable longevity. This little programmer is one of the many forgotten little baubles that used to dot TV land back in the days before all those rotten Infomercials took over late night viewing. Despite the superb cast of B movie stalwarts, this generic little programmer is nonetheless noteworthy for trying to cram a lot of plot in the confines of an hour, so much so that it appears incoherent. It tries to do everything and ends up not doing much of anything. It's diverting enough because of the haywire plot; you never know where this is going. But see it for Ann Savage.

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