The Rebel Set

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The Rebel Set
The Rebel Set FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Gene Fowler Jr.
Produced by Phil G. Giriodi (associate producer)
J. William Hayes (executive producer)
Kenneth Kessler (supervising producer)
Earle Lyon (producer)
Written by Bernard Girard (writer)
Louis Vittes (writer)
Starring See below
Music by Paul Dunlap
Cinematography Karl Struss
Edited by William Austin
Distributed by Allied Artists
Release dates 1959
Running time 72 minutes
Country USA
Language English

The Rebel Set is a 1959 American film directed by Gene Fowler Jr.. It was later featured and riffed on Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Plot summary[edit]

Mr. Tucker (Platt), proprietor of a Los Angeles coffee house, hires three down-on-their-luck patrons - out-of-work actor John Mapes (Palmer); struggling writer Ray Miller (Lupton); and George Leland (Sullivan), the wayward son of a movie star - to participate in an armored car robbery to take place during a four-hour stopover in Chicago during the trio's train trip from Los Angeles to New York. Tucker and his henchman Sidney (Glass) fly ahead to set up the robbery, which goes off without a hitch. However, once back on the train, Leland's greed gets the better of him, but Tucker double crosses the trio, eliminating Leland and Miller, leaving Mapes as the only one left to stop Tucker from getting away with murder - along with the entire haul.

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