In 1935, after forty years in a West Virginia prison, three released convicts wish to open a legitimate business using the twenty-five thousand dollars earned in jail, but a crooked prison guard in cahoots with the town banker plans to defraud them.
The story of the FBI unfolds through the eyes of one of its agents. During his career he investigates gangsters, swindlers, the klu klux klan, Nazi agents and cold war spies.Written by
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When Stewart's son is killed, he says his son died at 5:25am (Iwo Jima time) during the initial invasion and that his son didn't even get to see the sun rise. The first waves of Marines did not hit the beach until 0900. The naval bombardment began at 5:25am. There were no amphibious invasions done in darkness because of the lack of light for Marines and the fact that ships and amphibious boats would have been back-lit by the moon, making them easy targets. See more »
Firing range instructor:
[Holding up an automatic weapon]
Let me repeat again - get to know this weapon. Craftiness can solve many a criminal case, but with hoodlums you sometimes need a good conscientious, hard-working machine gun.
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Has anyone noticed that James Earl Jones is the waiter who is serving when Hagarty's wife reveals that she is pregnant while they are at the restaurant next to the lake. I watched this movie on a video that I had taped off of the television. When I watched this scene I thought I recognized the voice of Jones when the "waiter" laughed at the end. I rewound the tape then slowly stepped through that part as the camera pulled back and showed the waiter. Listen closely as the waiter laughs when Hagarty looks up and tells him that they are going to have a baby, then watch closely or slow down the scene when the camera shows the waiter, albeit, quickly.
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