Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
San Quentin prison inmate Arnie Judlow asks his twin brother Bill and his wife Ruth to assist him in a daring escape plan.
The large murals seen in the dining room of the prison were painted by an inmate named Alfredo Santos from 1953 to 1955. He was sentenced to four years for dealing cocaine. There are six in total, measuring about 12 by 100 feet, all painted in sepia tone. Defaced by prisoners over the years, they were restored by another prisoner in 1993 and as of 2017 they are still there. The square tables, set at an angle with attached round seats are the same as seen in the film as well.
The opening credits are stamped on the screen by a hand.