Dynamite (1949)

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Gunner Peterson is a veteran dynamite man working for Jake and is romantically interested in Jake's daughter Mary. Johnny Brown, son of Nellie Brown who operates a boarding house, finds ... See full summary »


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  • Richard Crane and William Gargan in Dynamite (1949)
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  • Richard Crane, William Gargan, and Virginia Welles in Dynamite (1949)
  • Richard Crane, William Gargan, and Virginia Welles in Dynamite (1949)
  • Richard Crane, William Gargan, and Virginia Welles in Dynamite (1949)
  • Richard Crane, William Gargan, and Virginia Welles in Dynamite (1949)

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13 February 2004 | sbibb1
Pine-Thomas Programmer
Typical plot, used in various other movies. William Gargan is a dynamite contractor who has his eyes on pretty little Virginia Welles. Richard Crane joins the team, and a feud breaks out between Crane and Gargan for Welles. When there is a mine cave-in, Gargan is forced to help rescue Crane.

Ok acting, OK script. Pure programmer. Little kids might like the movie for the dynamite scenes.

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