Armored Car Robbery (1950)

Armored Car Robbery (1950), directed by Richard Fleischer.

I review this 67 minutes heist film because I am trying to see everything by director Fleischer. Like Robert Wise, he was a non-auteur director who worked in a variety of genres, always worth a look.

It is a fairly brutal, no honor among thieves crime story. I note how scary William Talman is as a villain, and how likable is Charles McGraw as a tough, unsentimental cop.


"Whoever was wearing this got plugged. Note the hole".

"I see it. I put it there".

"Hey, Lieutenant. You better take a look in here. Somebody lost a lot of blood".

"Not enough to suit me".


Available on DVD.