Black Bandit

Synopsis: Twin brothers Bob and Don Ramsay are on opposite sides of the law. Bob is the Sheriff and Don is the famous outlaw the Black Bandit. When the Black Bandit strikes, he is seen and his look-alike brother Bob arrested. Refusing to implicate his brother, Bob escapes and heads after Don.
58 min

Keep going.

Yes. Hello. Listen. Are you coming?

Yes. I'll definitely be there.

Sorry. Sorry.

No. It feels great.

Yes, I look real cute.

Excuse me, gentle lady.

You are going in

the wrong direction.

Before you bumped into me, you

were going in the other direction.

And now you're walking with me.

No, you're going in

the wrong direction.

You were going in that direction.

What are you doing

in this direction?

You look decent. What

are your intentions?

Aren't you ashamed of yourself?

I made a mistake.

Crazy man ! I am coming !

You see? Didn't I tell you?

Tell me. What do you want?

Why are you following me?

Excuse me. You tell me

which direction to go in?

The direction which you

took earlier. That way. Go.


Sickening behavior.

Okay. Fine.

That's all I have.

It's not enough.

You want to go to America and

that's all the money you have.

Give it to me.

Dad's court date is tomorrow.

This was promised to the attorney.

No. Forget the promise.

Tell the attorney to

get his own money.

I won't give you this money.

You can't use this

money for the court case.

It'll be wasted,

don't you understand.

You're wrong.

A teacher contributes

towards a country's future.

The country can't

ruin his gift to her.

I am sure we will win this case.

As soon as the

court compensates us. . .

. . .I will repay your every penny.

Do you know it's Rs.35,000 now?

Do you understand?

I am grateful.

I take the trouble

to arrange the money. . .

. . .and you assume a

position of greatness.

Hey, I am telling you that

I am grateful to you.

If you're great,

what does that make me?


This is for protecting my

family and winning the case.

You're embarrassing me.

No. In fact, I want to apologize.

The hearing is tomorrow.

And I am paying your fees today.

Your father taught my kids too.

Let me have the honour

of making this right.

It's regretful that in

spite of living together. . .

. . .your brother-in-law wants

to take your father to court.

Until now I have been quiet,

but not any more.

How can he take our father to court?

Isn't he ashamed to

fight his father-in-law?

What can I do about it?

Not like he'll listen to me

Our father was a

teacher for forty years.

He is highly respected in society.

No pension, no gratuity.

Now he has to fight

for the cause of justice.

You won't support your family.

Tomorrow is the hearing.

My brother-in-law could

withdraw the case if he wants to.

Knock some sense into him.

Deepak. . .

You've made me a saint.


Actually, I want you to win. . .

. . .but I have to fight

on behalf of the school.

Professional ethics.

How could I ever forget. . .

. . .that it's you who has educated me.

I can't also forget

that twenty years ago. . .

. . .when the school

needed a legal advisor. . .

. . .you chose me for the post?

And for my daughter as well.

I don't have any

grievances against you, Vinayak.

You fulfill your duty.

I'll fulfill mine.

Would you explain

this to Deepak as well.

He is immature.

He's unable to get a

sense of your greatness.

Uttam, you are sitting on a bomb.



Where's the bomb? Where is it?

Bomb. Bomb. Run ! Everybody, run.

There's a bomb!

Listen to what he has to say.

Sit. It's nothing.

I am talking about real-estate.

The price of land. . .

Sorry! Sorry!

The price of land is escalating.

I know that.

Tell me. What's the

current price of that house?



Sell the house as soon as possible.

Our municipality is unpredictable.

They will broaden the road.

They will build a flyover.

And prices will come tumbling down.

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George Waggner

George Waggner (September 7, 1894 – December 11, 1984) was an actor, director, producer and writer. He is best known for directing Lon Chaney Jr. in the 1941 film The Wolf Man. more…

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