Six Bridges to Cross (1955)

NR 01/21/1955 (US) CrimeDramaThriller 1h 36m
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Overview

Follow the evolution of a small time juvenile delinquent hood to a big time racketeer. Based on the famous 1950 Brinks Robbery in Boston that netted the crooks $2.5 million. The story delves into the psychology of the perpetrators, as well as the intricate mechanics of the hold-up.

  1. Joseph Pevney

    Director

  2. Sydney Boehm

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Tony Curtis

    Tony Curtis

    Jerry Florea

  2. George Nader

    George Nader

    Edward Gallagher

  3. Julie Adams

    Julie Adams

    Ellen Gallagher

  4. Jay C. Flippen

    Jay C. Flippen

    Vincent Concannon

  5. Sal Mineo

    Sal Mineo

    Jerry - as a boy

  6. Jan Merlin

    Jan Merlin

    Andy Norris

  7. Richard Castle

    Skids Radzevich

  8. William Murphy

    William Murphy

    Red Flanagan

  9. Kendall Clark

    Sanborn

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Six Bridges to Cross
Six Bridges to Cross

Status Released

Original Language English

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