The Las Vegas Story (1952)

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The arrival in Las Vegas of a businessman and his glamorous wife creates a complex web of murder and deceit.


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  • Victor Mature and Jay C. Flippen in The Las Vegas Story (1952)
  • Jane Russell in The Las Vegas Story (1952)
  • Jane Russell in The Las Vegas Story (1952)
  • Jane Russell and Vincent Price in The Las Vegas Story (1952)
  • Jane Russell, Victor Mature, and Vincent Price in The Las Vegas Story (1952)
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8 August 2007 | whpratt1
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| Great Film Classic
Jane Russell, (Linda Rollins),"Outlaw", was very pretty in 1952 and gave an outstanding performance as well as a singing act performed with Hoagy Carmichael (Happy) at the piano. Linda is married to a gambling con-artist named Lloyd Rollins, (Vincent Price) who is hitting rock bottom with large gambling debts and tries for a big break at the Casion's in Las Vegas. However, Victor Mature,(Lt. Dave Andrews) knows Las Vegas and the people behind the scenes who informed him that Lloyd Rollins was in town to start some trouble in the Casion's. Dave Andrews spots Linda Rollins and realizes she was a gal he was in love with and their relationship drifted a part, however, the spark was instantly rekindled when they meet face to face. Russell, Mature and Carmichael make this a very entertaining film with murder and plenty of old time tunes. Enjoy.

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