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Undertow (December 1, 1949)

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Undertow
 

Released on December 1, 1949: When Tony goes to Chicago to ask his sweetheart to marry him, he gets perfectly framed for murdering her uncle, mobster Big Jim.

Produced by Ralph Dietrich

Directed by William Castle

The Actors: Scott Brady (Rony Reagan), John Russell (Danny Morgan), Dorothy Hart (Sally Lee), Peggy Dow (Ann McKnight), Bruce Bennett (Police Detective Charles Reckling), Gregg Martell (henchman Frost), Robert Anderson (Stoner, henchman with moustache), Dan Ferniel (Gene, Big Jim's bodyguard), Rock Hudson (Police Detective), Charles Sherlock (Police Detective Cooper), Bobby Barber (Tony), Marjorie Bennett (wife at Reno bar), Edward Clark (drugstore clerk), James Conaty (gambler), Sayre Dearing (gambler), Robert Easton (Fisher, young man in parking lot), George Eldredge (Pop), Franklyn Farnum (airplane passenger), Jack Gordon (gambler), Thomas Browne Henry (Police Captain Kerrigan), Lewis Howard (Norm), Donald Kerr (craps shooter), Anne P. Kramer (telegraph clerk), Perc Launders (bartender), Forbes Murray (airplane passenger), William H. O'Brien (gambler), Francis Pierlot (husband at Reno bar), Hugh Sanders (dice table bettor), Almira Sessions (Mrs. Prentiss, Ann's landlady), Billy Wayne (stickman), Smoki Whitfield (Sally's servant)

 
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The Chicago School Teacher, the Dead Mobster, and the Diamond Ring

Tony Reagan grew up on the mean side of Chicago. His first job was for Chicago mobster Big Jim Lee in one of his nightclub gambling palaces. After two hitches in the army, he is meeting the father of a fellow he served with. Tony is spending all of his savings from the Army on an interest in a small ranch resort outside Reno. He has put his gangster days behind him and is going to live the good life on the sunny side of the street.

There is only one thing that Tony wants from his days in Chicago, and she is Sally Lee, Big Jim’s niece. Tony will fly to Chicago, give Sally the ring he has bought for her, and bring her back to the small mountain resort outside of Reno.

Who should he meet on the streets of Reno while killing time until his flight to Chicago, but one of his mobster buddies from Chicago, Danny Morgan. Danny is running one of the casinos in Reno . . . . One of Big Jim’s casinos. They talk about old times, and Danny offers Tony a job in the casino anytime he wants it, but Tony will have no part of the rackets . . . Except for the love of his life, Big Jim’s niece.

This leads to that and Tony heads out to Big Jim’s mansion to ask for the hand of his niece in marriage. While he is walking up to the front door he is slugged on the head and he crumples to the ground. When Tony wakes up he discovers that he has been shot in his hand, and there is a gun in his car . . . . The gun that recently murdered Big Jim.

Tony has been framed for killing Big Jim, and it seems to be a perfect frame. No detail has been overlooked. There isn’t a chance in the world that Tony won’t wind up sitting in the electric chair in Jolliet soon. Every Chicago cop and every Chicago gangster is looking for Tony, and he has nowhere to hide while trying to find the real killer. Unless . . .

Tony remembers a Chicago school teacher that he met in the Reno casino and maybe . . . . . Just maybe . . . . She will help him. She may be the only person in Chicago that will believe him and help him. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

The diamond ring
The diamond ring
Almira Sessions
Almira Sessions
Anne P. Kramer
Anne P. Kramer
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett, Charles Sherlock and Scott Brady
Bruce Bennett, Charles Sherlock and Scott Brady
Bruce Bennett and Dan Ferniel
Bruce Bennett and Dan Ferniel
Bruce Bennett and Thomas Browne Henry
Bruce Bennett and Thomas Browne Henry
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Bruce Bennett
Charles Sherlock
Charles Sherlock
Dan Ferniel
Dan Ferniel
Daniel Ferniel
Daniel Ferniel
Dan Ferniel
Dan Ferniel
Donald Kerr and Scott Brady
Donald Kerr and Scott Brady
Dorothy Hart and John Russell
Dorothy Hart and John Russell
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Dorothy Hart
Edward Clark
Edward Clark
Edward Clark
Edward Clark
John Russell
John Russell
John Russell and Scott Brady
John Russell and Scott Brady
John Russell
John Russell
Lewis Howard
Lewis Howard
Marjorie Bennett and Francis Pierlot
Marjorie Bennett and Francis Pierlot
Peggy Dow
Peggy Dow
Peggy Dow and Dorothy Hart
Peggy Dow and Dorothy Hart
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow
Peggy Dow
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow and Scott Brady
Peggy Dow
Peggy Dow
Robert Easton
Robert Easton
Scott Brady and Anne P. Kramer
Scott Brady and Anne P. Kramer
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady and John Russell
Scott Brady and John Russell
Scott Brady and Peggy Dow
Scott Brady and Peggy Dow
Scott Brady and Thomas Browne Henry
Scott Brady and Thomas Browne Henry
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady and Dorothy Hart
Scott Brady
Scott Brady
Thomas Browne Henry
Thomas Browne Henry
Willie, Scott Brady and George Eldredge
Willie, Scott Brady and George Eldredge