Dick Tracy

Synopsis: Dick is faced with a series of brutal murders in which the victims, all from different social and economic backgrounds, are viciously slashed to pieces. Suspects abound but Tracy, getting a clue that there will be fifteen murders in all, must find the common thread among the victims before more are killed.
Director(s): William Berke
Production: American Pop Classics
 
IMDB:
6.0
APPROVED
Year:
1945
61 min
29 Views

you're playing it safe.

If you weren't out

risking your neck,

you could have a wife...

I mean, a life.

Nobody's going to jail Big Boy

sitting behind a desk.

You said you'd

take tomorrow off.

Hmm?

- Hmm?

- Come on!

Tracy, did you...

Sure.

Hey, kid!

What's your hurry?

Stop!

He stole my watch!

Hey, kid?

Stop that boy!

Come here!

Hi, Tess.

The rest of my party should

be arriving any minute.

Come on, kid!

You're making a mistake.

It's only a watch.

You don't want to get in trouble.

- What are you trying to do?

- [Train Whistle]

Be careful!

You're gonna get hurt!

What'd you get?

You didn't save me

no chicken.

Let's see the stuff.

- That's all?

- Yeah.

Hey, tough guy!

Want to try that on

somebody your own size?

Maybe we should step outside.

Okay, tough guy,

now do you want to give

the kid some chicken?

We got a place for

people who beat up kids.

This cockroach your old man?

Go suck an egg!

Aw, look what you did

to your pretty tuxedo.

Ain't we pals?

No pals in this business, Lips.

You taught me that.

- Sign it!

- The deed to the Club Ritz?

I'm going into

show business.

You're dirty, Lips.

You need a bath.

Not the bath!

Big Boy, not the bath!

- Hey, you got a name?

- Kid.

Kid?

Kid.

What's the name your mother

and father gave you?

What mother and father?

Who takes care of you?

Who takes care of you?

This is Moriarity.

I'm at the southside warehouse.

Do you read me?

[Radio]

Southside warehouse?

Right. I don't know who they are...

and I can't see

what's going on inside.

The car was unmarked.

Big Boy, we're friends.

Not the bath.

We're friends.

I know, and I'm

going to miss you.

But " all's fair

in love and business."

Benjamin Franklin.

[Mumbling]

You, how do you

want it?

Want it?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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