Racket Squad (1950– )

TV Series   |    |  Crime, Drama


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This series dramatizes confidence games which fall under the jurisdiction of Captain John Braddock.

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  • Reed Hadley and June Wurster in Racket Squad (1950)
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  • Reed Hadley in Racket Squad (1950)
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13 January 2011 | malcolm-webb
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| Racket Squad becomes Mobs Inc.
Three episodes of Racket Squad were edited into a 74m. second feature. Released in UK cinemas, in July 1955, by Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors under the title Mobs Incorporated. Classified with an A certificate by the British Board of Film Censors. No child under 16 could see an A film, unless accompanied by an adult. It was a common practise back then for kids to get around this minor difficulty by approaching a complete stranger in the cinema queue and pleading " 'ere Guv'nor, can you take us in ? ". Reed Hadley gives an authoritative performance as a police captain with integrity and an overwhelming desire to see lawbreakers apprehended and taken into custody to face justice. Highly entertaining series of television films, featuring Hadley, the great all-rounder, who never failed to turn in a polished performance.

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