Black Tuesday (1954)

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Gangster Vincent Canelli and bank robber Peter Manning escape from Death Row minutes before their execution by electric chair.


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6 February 2020 | clanciai
| Edward G. Robinson and Peter Graves going to extremes to evade the electric chair
A grim drama consistently going from bad to worse the whole way to the end, but very efficiently told and acted, and Edward G. Robinson makes one of his most interesting characters as the angry gangster who only knows one way of life which is the worst without any room for any human feelings at all. The priest character (Milburn Stone) is very interesting in this context, while Peter Graves as the second worst gangster ultimately takes matters in his own hands and proves himself a hero after all although in a negative way. It's a very efficient getaway and hostage drama which will keep you biting your nails all the way, although you know it can only end in one way, no matter how perfectly they arranged their escape and almost managed it in spite of the inevitable fact in these operations, that something always must go wrong.

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