You Can't Get Away with Murder

Synopsis: Johnnie learns crime from petty thug Frank Wilson. When Wilson kills a pawnbroker with a gun stolen from Johnnie's sister Madge's fiance Fred Burke, Fred goes to Sing Sing's death house. Wilson uses all the pressure can to keep Johnnie silent, even after he and Johnnie themselves wind up in the big house.
 
IMDB:
6.3
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Year:
1939
79 min
63 Views


You bet I am.

I got things

all figured out.

Hey!

You're not gonna use

that thing, are you?

Oh, this?

Yeah.

Nah.

This is just

good company.

Oh.

Howdy.

Kinda warm,

ain't it?

Yeah.

Gimme 5.

Yes, sir.

Better shut off

your engine.

I can't do it,

buddy.

Starter's not working.

Well, I guess it

won't hurt nothing.

You run this place

all by yourself?

Yep, been here

5 years.

You folks

from New York?

No.

Philadelphia.

Noticed you got

New York plates.

How much

do I owe you?

That'll be 90 cent.

All I got's 5 bucks.

Ok, I'll get

your change.

[Register opens]

Get over there!

What's

the idea?

This is a stickup,

get over there.

Get in that closet.

Operator, operator!

Boy, I didn't expect

it to be that easy.

Yeah, what

did I tell you,

All it takes

is brains and nerve.

Hey Frank,

did I do ok?

You done fine, kid.

I just been held up

by two fellas.

One of 'em

was just a kid.

They were headed north.

What kind of a car?

A black coupe a

with a New York license.

Hey, that looks

like a lot of dough.

Pretty good, that's why

I picked the joint.

Here you are.

50-50.

Oh, boy!

Gosh, I didn't think

you were gonna

give me that much.

You earned it.

[Siren wails]

Hey, Frank!

The cops.

What do we do?

Come on,

keep your head.

Step on it!

Catches up to us,

you don't know

nothing, see?

Ok.

Turn off the road

at the next bend.

So long, sweetheart.

Come on, get back

on the road.

Oh, nice shootin',

Johnnie!

All right, boys,

the 10 ball on the bank.

Fred:
two bits

you don't.

Kiss it good-Bye,

kiss it good-Bye.

Man:
perfect!

11 and the 12 balls,

pretty good, huh?

Hello, Johnnie.

Been looking for you.

Well, you found me,

so what?

Madge tells me you didn't

get home last night.

What's it to you?

Well, she's

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Robert Buckner

Robert Buckner (May 28, 1906 – August, 1989) was an American film screenwriter, producer and short story writer. more…

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