Trapped (October 1, 1949)
Released on October 1, 1949: (running time 1 hour and 18 minutes) A gangster dreams of millions, . . . and a girl to spend them on, but the Secret Service is hot on his trail.
Produced by Bryan Foy
Directed by Richard Fleischer
Written by Earl Felton and George Zuckerman
The Actors: Lloyd Bridges (Tris Stewart), Barbara Payton (Meg Dixon), John Hoyt (Agent John Downey), James Todd (Jack Sylvester), Russ Conway (Chief Agent Gunby), Robert Karnes (Agent Fred Foreman), Fred Graham (cop outside the nightclub), Harry Antrim (the Warden), Lucille Barkley (Betty Mason), Ralph Brooks (agent at the briefing), Lennie Burton (lawyer), Robert Carson (Bill Mason), Alden 'Stephen' Chase (Chief of the Secret Service), Ken Christy (Deputy Marshall), Bert Conway (Mack), Clancy Cooper (the desk Sergeant), John Damler (policeman mechanic), Sayre Dearing (agent at the briefing), Dick Gordon (Mr. Baker), Bruce Hamilton (Allan), Joe Haworth (motorcycle cop), Lyle Latell (Agent Curry), George Magrill (undercover agent at the stakeout), Rory Mallinson (Agent Raymond's partner), Harold Miller (nightclub patron asking for cigarettes), Tommy Noonan (the bank teller), Charles Perry (bank customer), Charles Regan (Chambers), Jack Reynolds (agent Brill), Ruth Robinson (Mrs. Flaherty), Douglas Spencer (Sam Hooker), Brick Sullivan (Detective Lieutenant), Frank Sully (Sam the bartender), Mack Williams (Agent Raymond), William Woodson (narrator)
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The Blonde Gangster’s Moll, The President, and the Fat Baby Boy
William Howard Taft, President of the United States from 1909-1913, may have been the only President who didn’t want to become President, and didn’t enjoy his time in office. His passion was the law. He was a Federal Circuit Judge at the age of 34, and dreamed of becoming a Supreme Court Justice, never enjoying the Presidential job that he was coaxed into running for.
He often fell asleep while talking to Senators and dignitaries in the White House, in fact he fell asleep in so many meetings that his wife dubbed him ‘Sleeping Beauty.’ When he was sworn in as President, he was about 240 pounds, but soon reached almost 400 pounds, obviously not enjoying his Presidential tasks.
He was not elected to a second term, and in 1914, now out of office, he was the judge at a baby contest. He selected a chubby one-year-old baby boy as the winner, saying that this baby was fat like he was. That baby boy was Lloyd Bridges, the star of this crime adventure. William Howard Taft, now out of the Oval Office, soon lost all of the extra weight that he had gained while in office. Lloyd Bridges also lost most of his baby-fat.
Lloyd Bridges is Tris Stewart, in prison for making counterfeit twenty-dollar bills. The Department of the Treasury Secret Service agents discover that someone is printing and passing fake bills from Stewart’s engraved plates, and they make a deal with him to release him from prison if he will help them find the gangster who is using his plates. Tris agrees, but will soon double-cross the Secret Service agents, so he can make one more big score and skip to Mexico with his sexy girlfriend.
By the way, President Taft did finally realize his passion, becoming the only President (so far) to also serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Barbara Payton, John Hoyt
Barbara Payton, Lloyd Bridges
James Todd, John Hoyt
John Hoyt, Lloyd Bridges
Lloyd Bridges, Barbara Payton
Lloyd Bridges, John Hoyt
Robert Carson, Lucille Barkley