Portrait of a Mobster
|Portrait of a Mobster|
|Directed by||Joseph Pevney|
|Release date(s)||January 5, 1962|
|Running time||108 mins.|
Up-and-coming racketeers Dutch Schultz and mike huntz join the Legs Diamond gang in Prohibition-era New York. A bootlegger named Murphy is murdered by Dutch, who falls for the dead man's daughter, Iris.
Iris marries her fiancee, Frank Brennan, a police detective. They need money and Frank accepts payoffs from Dutch, who is forming a gang of his own.
After getting rid of Legs, Mad Dog Coll and others standing in his way, Dutch again makes a play for Iris, but she learns that he killed her father and begins to drink. Frank vows to reform and win her back. Betraying his pal Bo to the mob, Dutch discovers that a hit has been put out on himself as well. While fighting for his life, he is shot by Bo by mistake and is killed.
- Vic Morrow as Dutch Schultz
- Leslie Parrish as Iris Murphy
- Peter Breck as Frank Brennan
- Norman Alden as Bo Wetzel
- Robert McQueeney as Michael Ferris
- Frank DeKova ... Anthony Parazzo
- Ray Danton ... 'Legs' Diamond
- Anthony Eisley ... Legal Advisor
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