Double Cross (June 27, 1941)
Released on June 27, 1941: (running time 63 minutes) A cop is framed for murder by the gangster gal that he is in love with.
Produced by J.G. Bachmann
Directed by Albert Kelly
Written by John A. Albert, Ron Ferguson and Milton Raison
The Actors: Kane Richmond (Jim Murray), Pauline Moore (Ellen Bronson), Wynne Gibson (Fay Saunders), John Miljan (Nick Taggart), Richard Beach (Steve Bronson), Mary Gordon (Mrs. Murray), Robert Homans (Police Captain Murray), Heinie Conklin (Henchman Miggs), Frank Moran (henchman Cookie), Daisy Ford (Nurse), Edward Keane (Police Commissioner Bob Trent), Walter Shumway (Sergeant Tucker), Ted Wray (Police Sergeant Rand), Jimmie Fox (the camera shop owner), Harry Harvey (protective agency manager), Clancy Cooper (police radio dispatcher), Franklyn Farnum (Police Sergeant writing the parking ticket), Charles Miller (Mayor John Frawley)
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Cops and Bad Girls . . . Like Peanut Butter and Chocolate
Things are different today, but long ago it seems that cops loved to love the bag girls, staying away from sweet, innocent girls like the plague. One of my best friends for many years was a Deputy Sheriff who was upholding the law in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Donald shared many stories about his years flying B-52 bombers during the Viet Nam war, and later about his years as a cop. Police work is different today than it used to be, and he would be the first to admit that. But some things probably never change. Some cops not only chase the bad guys, when looking for love they chase the bad girls. One of the things Donald would freely admit was his attraction to bad girls. He also told stories of many of his cop buddies who also liked to chase the wild women while leaving the sweet innocent girls alone.
As our cop adventure begins we are in the Silver Slipper nightclub and we discover that the beautiful co-owner of the joint is in love with a cop. The cop is head-over-heels for the lady gangster and when the cops stage a raid on the joint the beautiful gangster girl grabs the cop’s gun and kills a policeman who is raiding the place. Her cop boyfriend grabs the gun from her and the cops entering the room think that our dame-crazy copper did the killing, so they shoot him.
Our dame-crazy cop dies in the hospital, but on his deathbed he tells his cop buddy that he was framed by the gangster gal, who was the real killer. So what does the dying cop’s buddy do? He visits the gangster girl and seems to fall for her just as hard as his dead buddy did.
Our gangster girl seems to be irresistible to cops. She was the death of one cop, and now she is trying to manipulate his buddy onto a path of crime and destruction. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Frank Moran and Heinie Conklin
Kane Richmond, Frank Moran and Pauline Moore
Kane Richmond and John Miljan
Kane Richmond and Wynne Gibson
Pauline Moore and Kane Richmond
Robert Homans and John Miljan
Wynne Gibson and Richard Beach
Wynne Gibson and Robert Homans