Guns, Girls, and Gangsters
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|Guns, Girls and Gangsters|
|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Robert E. Kent
Edward Small (executive)
|Written by||Paul Gangelin
Robert E. Kent
|Starring||Mamie Van Doren
Lee Van Cleef
|Music by||Buddy Bregman|
|Editing by||Fred R. Feitshans Jr.|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|Running time||70 minutes|
Guns, Girls and Gangsters is a 1959 B-movie crime/drama starring Mamie Van Doren.
Chuck Wheeler is released from prison and begins to set up an elaborate heist of an armored truck carrying money from a Las Vegas casino. Chuck enlists the help of nightclub owner Joe Darren as well as Vi Victor, a sensational blonde who is married to Chuck's ex-cellmate Mike Bennett. Mike is a very jealous and dangerous man who will not grant Vi a divorce. He escapes from prison just before the armored truck robbery is set to take place and starts to cause havoc when he locates Chuck, Joe and his unfaithful wife.
- Mamie Van Doren as Vi Victor
- Gerald Mohr as Chuck Wheeler
- Lee Van Cleef as Mike Bennett
- Grant Richards as Joe Darren
- Elaine Edwards as Ann Thomas
- John Baer as Steve Thomas
- Paul Fix as Lou Largo
- 'Kristin' Seen as Challenge: Kaufman Phones Terry Moore; 'Diamonds' Polished for Laage Scheuer, Philip K. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 21 Nov 1957: C11.
- Chance of a Lifetime: Ricky to Be Gunman in 'Rio Bravo' Hopper, Hedda. Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) [Chicago, Ill] 26 Apr 1958: 17.
- Barry Lowe; Mamie Van Doren (2008). Atomic Blonde: The Films of Mamie Van Doren. McFarland. pp. 135–139. ISBN 0-7864-3138-5. (credits, film synopsis).
- Guns, Girls, and Gangsters at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Guns, Girls, and Gangsters at the Internet Movie Database
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