Product DetailsTwo-fisted New York police detective Edward G. Robinson is so volatile that he manages to get himself thrown off the force in disgrace. The local gangsters are delighted, in that Robinson had been breathing down their necks. When Robinson goes to crime boss Barton MacLaine insisting that he's through with law enforcement and wants to switch to the other side, MacLaine's chief henchmen Humphrey Bogart doesn't buy the story, but has to go along since he doesn't want to incur the wrath of MacLaine. Robinson offers to show his former enemies how to circumvent the law, making him an invaluable participant in gang activities. Actually, Robinson hasn't gone crooked at all; he's operating undercover, with the full knowledge of the city police inspector, in hopes of locating the "big boys" who've been financing the mob. His diligence costs him his life, but Robinson, with the help of bad-girl-gone-good Joan Blondell, busts the rackets wide open.
Store CommentsSpecial Features * cc Warner night at the movies 1936 * Short subjects gallery * Vintage newsreel * Musical short George Hall and His Orchestra * Classic cartoon I'm a Big Shot Now * Trailers of Bullets or Ballots * 1936's the Charge of the Light Brigade * New featurette Gangsters: The Immigrant's Hero * Commentary by film historian Dana Polan * How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 10: Trouble Shots * Breakdowns of 1936: Studio blooper reel * Audio-only bonus: Radio show with Robinson Bogart and Mary Astor * Subtitles: English, Franšais & Espa˝ol (Feature film only)
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