Outside the Law (1956 film)

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Outside the Law
"Outside the Law" (1956).jpg
British quad poster
Directed by Jack Arnold
Produced by Albert J. Cohen
Written by Danny Arnold
Story by Peter R. Brooke
Starring Ray Danton
Leigh Snowden
Grant Williams
Cinematography Irving Glassberg
Edited by Irving Birnbaum
Production
company
Universal Pictures
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
  • June 1956 (1956-06) (United States)
Running time
81 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Outside the Law is a 1956 film noir crime film directed by Jack Arnold starring Ray Danton, Leigh Snowden and Grant Williams.[1]

Plot[edit]

A government agent's son, an ex-juvenile delinquent, is given the chance to prove himself when paroled from prison. He's given a mission to join the army to break up an international counterfeiting ring involving an ex- army friend. He has to woo his friend's girl and extract information from her.

Cast[edit]

  • Ray Danton as John Conrad, alias Johnny Salvo
  • Leigh Snowden as Maria Craven
  • Grant Williams as Don Kastner
  • Raymond Bailey as Philip Bormann
  • Alexander Campbell as Warden Lewis
  • Richard H. Cutting as Agent Pomery
  • Amapola Del Vando as Mama Gomez
  • Maurice Doner as Mr. Pulenski
  • Arthur Hanson as Agent Parker
  • Jess Kirkpatrick as Bill MacReady, customs official
  • Jack Kruschen as Agent Phil Schwartz
  • George E. Mather as Bus Station Attendant
  • Judson Pratt as Agent Maury Saxton
  • Vernon Rich as Redding
  • Floyd Simmons as Agent Harris
  • Onslow Stevens as Chief Agent Alec Conrad
  • Dan Sturkie as Clinton
  • Kaaren Verne as Mrs. Pulenski
  • Mel Welles as Milo

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