Ma Barker's Killer Brood (February 3, 1960)

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Ma Barker's Killer Brood
 

Released on February 3, 1960: Ma Barker and her three gangster sons join Machine Gun Kelly, Al Karpis and Baby Face Nelson on a crime spree in 1930's America.

Produced by William Faris

Directed by Bill Karn

The Actors: Lurene Tuttle (Ma Barker), Tristram Coffin (Arthur Dunlop), Paul Dubov (Alvin Karpis), Nelson Leigh (George Barker), Myrna Dell (Lou), Victor Lundin (Machine Gun Kelly), Don Grady (Herman as a boy), Gary Ammann (Doc as a boy), Donald Towers (Lloyd as a boy), Michael Smith (Fred as a boy), Don Spruance (Herman), Ron Foster (Doc), Rex Holman (Lloyd), Eric Morris (Fred), Byron Foulger (Doctor Guelffe), Eric Sinclair (John Dillinger), Robert Kendall (Baby Face Nelson), Irene Windust (Mrs. Khortney), John McNamara (Mr. Khortney), Dan Riss (Baxter), David Carlile (Avery), Charles Tannen (the first Sheriff), Dan White (the second Sheriff), Riley Hill (Deputy), Owen Bush (Carney), Bernard Pludow (Charlie), Paul Power (the minister), George Dockstader (guard), Wally Rose (guard), Bill Couch (guard), William Lon Karn (boy with basketball), Gil Baumgart (Fingers), Ginny Barry (Lloyd's singing partner), Myron Healey (Sioux Falls Bank Robber)

 

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Ma Barker, Machine Gun Mama

During the Great Depression of the 1930's the big excitement in the U.S. was the battle between the F.B.I. and gangsters who terrorized the country with crimes more violent than ever before. Some of the real gangsters that decorated the F.B.I. posters in every post office in the country included Alvin Karpis, Machine Gun Kelly, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Arizona Donnie Barker, or Ma Barker, who led her sons on a crime spree in the 1930's that ended in a wild machine gun shootout with Ma Barker and son Fred in a house in Florida on January 8, 1935 . . . and get this . . . Ma Barker's body, along with her son Fred's body, were put on public display until October 1935, when relatives were permitted to take the bodies and bury them in Oklahoma! Much like the fog of war, factual details about the Barker gang depend on who is telling the story, and while I'm confident that the story line in this 1960 movie about them is far from accurate, the broad strokes of the story are undoubtedly a realistic portrait of crime and the most notorious gangsters of the crazy 1930's versus J. Edgar Hoover and his F.B.I. 'G-Men.' This isn't a history lesson as much as a gangster thriller with characters that actually existed and fueled the crime-filled Great Depression era. Taking part in the 1960 story are several actors who worked and lived through those wild years including Cowboy Western actor Tristram Coffin and character actor Byron Foulger, who plays the plastic surgeon that got burned alive in the opening scene. You will also see Don Grady, one of the 1960 television stars of the situation comedy My Three Sons . . . In this crime adventure he is also one of the three sons . . . but the complete opposite of the fluffy comedy television show family he would join the same year. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and grab your tommy-gun as you enjoy the show.

Lurene Tuttle as Ma Barker
Lurene Tuttle as Ma Barker
Byron Foulger
Byron Foulger
Charles Tannen
Charles Tannen
Dan Riss and John McNamara
Dan Riss and John McNamara
Dan Riss
Dan Riss
David Carlile and Dan Riss
David Carlile and Dan Riss
David Carlile
David Carlile
Don Grady playing the violin
Don Grady playing the violin
Don Grady, Laurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Don Grady, Laurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Don Grady
Don Grady
Don Spruance, Rex Holman, Lurene Tuttle and Ron Foster
Don Spruance, Rex Holman, Lurene Tuttle and Ron Foster
Eric Morris and Paul Dubov
Eric Morris and Paul Dubov
Eric Morris faces Lurene Tuttle
Eric Morris faces Lurene Tuttle
Eric Morris
Eric Morris
Eric Sinclair
Eric Sinclair
Gary Ammann, Donald Towers and Michael Smith
Gary Ammann, Donald Towers and Michael Smith
Ginny Barry
Ginny Barry
Irene Windust and Dan Riss
Irene Windust and Dan Riss
Lurene Tuttle and Byron Foulger
Lurene Tuttle and Byron Foulger
Lurene Tuttle and Byron Foulger
Lurene Tuttle and Byron Foulger
Lurene Tuttle and Don Grady
Lurene Tuttle and Don Grady
Lurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Lurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Lurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Lurene Tuttle and Nelson Leigh
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Myrna Dell
Myrna Dell
Nelson Leigh and Lurene Tuttle
Nelson Leigh and Lurene Tuttle
Nelson Leigh
Nelson Leigh
Paul Dubov and Eric Morris and Lurene Tuttle
Paul Dubov and Eric Morris and Lurene Tuttle
Paul Power
Paul Power
Rex Holman
Rex Holman
Rex Holman and Don Spruance
Rex Holman and Don Spruance
Rex Holman and Eric Sinclair
Rex Holman and Eric Sinclair
Rex Holman and Ginny Barry
Rex Holman and Ginny Barry
Robert Kelly, Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
Robert Kelly, Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
Robert Kendall and Lurene Tuttle
Robert Kendall and Lurene Tuttle
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Ron Foster and Myrna Dell
Ron Foster zips Myrna Dell
Ron Foster zips Myrna Dell
Ron Foster
Ron Foster
Tristram Coffin
Tristram Coffin
Tristram Coffin and Ron Foster
Tristram Coffin and Ron Foster
Vic Lundin
Vic Lundin
Victor Lundin and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
Victor Lundin, Myrna Dell and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin, Myrna Dell and Lurene Tuttle
Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
Victor Lundin and Myrna Dell
William Lon Karn
William Lon Karn