R | | Crime, Drama, Romance
During the Great Depression, a union leader and a young woman become criminals to exact revenge on the management of a railroad.
In 1972 American-International Pictures distributed this film on a double bill with Killers Three (1968) starring Robert Walker Jr..
Listen to this, "The notorious labor radical and Bolshivek spy, Big Bill Shelly, along with certain of his desperate confederates, broke out of Shelby County Penal Farm, assaulting a guard."
'Big' Bill Shelly: What's so funny about that?
Rake Brown: I was laughing at the spy part...
The back door of the railroad president's private car has a connecting diaphragm for passing between train cars, indicating that the back platform is an add-on.
Opening Statement: The following events are adapted from the true experiences of Boxcar Bertha Thompson, as related in the book "Sister of the Road"