Product DetailsIt's Chicago and the year is 1924. Two young, wealthy law students are driving recklessly at night, and almost hit a drunken pedestrian. The flamboyant Artie Straus (Bradford Dillman) is constantly goading the intensely introverted Judd Steiner (Dean Stockwell) to still more outrageous escapades. Smugly feeling safe in their own superiority, the pair commit murder - just to show they can. So starts this gripping fictionalized version of the Leopold-Loeb case which shocked Americans and provoked Clarence Darrow, here fictionalized as Jonathan Wilk (Welles), to make an impassioned plea that even these cold killers should not be hung.
Store CommentsSpecial Features * Closed Caption * Widescreen feature with Theatrical Trailer * Teaser * Fox Flix: St. Valentine's Day Massacre and Murder, Inc
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