When mobster Walt Radak tries to trick independent trucker Steve Randall into transporting stolen furs, Steve alerts the police, and Walt's young brother Al is caught and held for a cop-killing. When ruthless Radak tries to extort Steve's help in clearing Al, Steve and his young wife flee for their lives, only to find that the police are also in pursuit. With every man's hand against them, Steve and Anne must repeatedly abandon their temporary refuges. Finally, one midnight, the showdown...
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Adventure into the Unkown!
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Did You Know?
First film noir "heavy" role for Raymond Burr
, and only his third credited film. He would appear as the bad guy in many more films, most notably in Rear Window
(1954) until his change to the other side of the law in Perry Mason
(1957) and Ironside
(1967). See more
When Anne is on the train, she reads a newspaper about the warehouse holdup. The first paragraph below the headline is about the robbery, but the rest of the column is about something else entirely. See more
Policeman with Lt. Ferrari
[Referring to Radak
Say, Lieutenant, he must have died right at the stroke of midnight. What date'll I use?
Det. Lt. Louie Ferrari
Toss a coin.