Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Lawyer Tommy Farrell is a defender of crooks. Vicki Gaye encourages him to go straight, but mob king Rico Angelo insists otherwise.
This marked the final film for Robert Taylor under his MGM contract. He held the record for the longest career as an MGM contract player.
Take that chick of yours. That's what I call a real pretty chick. I only saw her once, but - the face of an angel. You know what a bottle of acid could do to a face like that?
During the trial, there is a women on the jury. While the movie is set in the early thirties, it wasn't until Gov. Henry Horner signed the bill giving women the right to sit on juries in Illinois, effective July 1, 1939.
Opening credits prologue: Chicago In The Early Thirties
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