Violent Saturday

Synopsis: A number of otherwise insignificant small-town stories erupt into drama when a gang of hoodlums decides to rob the local bank. A father looking for pride in his son's eyes, a timid clerk who is a peeping tom by night, a man striving to rewin his wife's love, an Amish farmer faced with viciousness, and a proper older woman turned thief, all find themselves entangled with the bank robbers as a peaceful weekend turns violent.
Director(s): Richard Fleischer
Production: 20th Century Fox
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min


Hello. It's nice to come back.

Hopefully I will sell better.

Must let you know.

I tried to explain to my guys.

There are new customers

for costume jewelery.

A factory pajamas opened last week.

You become a Mecca for plowing,

copper and pajamas.

My wife is always happy your earrings.


This is the beautiful goods.

That too.


Miss Sherman,

new nurse at the mine.

Jolie, for a nurse.

Here's the article I would like to have

in my suitcases.

This will laugh my lady.

The 216.

A double room well ventilated.

I expect both beginners sellers.

I have to train them. You

connecting rooms?

I give them 214.


Next stop, Bradenville.

I can not breathe in there.

This must be yours.

I thank you, brother.


A little candy for kids?

I bear with you.

Deign you accept?

I thank you.

They go to a masquerade ball?

The Amish wear this outfit

since biblical times.


It's part of their religion.

These are good people. They

model farms without machines.

A horse, a plow and that's all.


Your tickets.

Mr. Reeves. The timer safe.

Thank you.

Excuse me, sir.

I wanted...

- Decamped.

Traffic Police Patrol Bradenville.

Dear Miss Braden, except settlement

of your overdraft Saturday...

...we will be led to oppose on your salary.

Harry Reeves,

bank manager of Bradenville.

What you on the manners of birds?

I have a conference to prepare.

See the file to 'Ornithology'.

I'll be back in a moment.


stop it. Let me pass.

Enough. I declare a draw.

Nothing broken?

There's one to you.

- Thank you.

Please. Come on.

Why did you fought with Georgia,

your best friend?

I typed the first.

You want to tell me?

As you wish.

Go wash before your mother sees you.

Yes, Dad.

It still lags behind.

8 trucks are being repaired.

I do my best.

I hear you.

Martin is?

What was he?

Mr. Fairchild father asks.

I go.

I see for your trucks.

Be sure to set this problem quickly.

Sorry for the delay.

I arrived later than expected.

I will be in Prince Edward Hotel.

Everything revolves round the mine.

I know, I wanted to ask you monitor Boyd.

He's fine.

No. You know as well as me.

I'll be back next Friday.

Good trip.

Everything okay?

The new steward happened.

A problem?

- None.

He wanted to introduce to you.

He?? recalled Monday.

Ms. Martin asks you to buy Pablum.

She abused.

International Metals reports

that our delivery is late.

It does not concern me.

Mr. Fairchild transferred

communication at home.

Fairchild father?

- Son.

I said that you would remember.

I am in the office of Boyd.

Photo of a mining engineer.

Who wonder why I do not

answer the phone myself.

And why, anyway?

I never talk to anybody today.

So you can talk to me.

A delivery does not count.

It is not that.

You're a guy...

...and you do not even know why.

Explain it to me.

There must be several reasons.

But one essential.

Your father was a dud.

You were forced to succeed.

And vice versa.

This is simple:

Failure breeds success

and success, failure.

But Boyd...

...stop crying on your own fate.

Ms. Fairchild is not home.

Do you know when she gets back?

Try to join.

- Where?

In golf club, in beauty salon.

'S Why you really lucky.

You always know where to find your wife.

Just kidding.

Why do you play golf?

Do not like it.

Knits fit me well.

On the green grass, with small

red flag fluttering in the wind...

...this is a pretty picture.

With Emily Fairchild featured.


Lower your legs.


There are people who could pass.

The patented seducer of our city...

...talks like a prudish preacher.

Your husband on the phone.

Ms. Fairchild is a journey.


Pray... husband to come

and dine with me here.

You had dinner with me.

Do not play ever owner with me in public.

You get lost.

Where are you going?

Make a journey, like you said.

You make 18 holes?

No. 5 or 6, at most.

I voustiens company?

- To ease.

Still angry?

Your default is to be rich, attractive

and pretentious.

The maids are great you and you believe.

You're not.

You are everything... and nothing.

Why do not you give up?

Take a woman you...

...quiet and let those neighbors.

Here is the entrance of the bank,

here inside.

Grids, tables Director and the employee.

The manager called Reeves.

They make fun of names.

There are six employees.

It bothers me, these chicks.

They scream.

You know a bank without women?

This is an occupational hazard.

Here, the risks are reduced.

No armed guard and nothing

but two cops away.

How is the vault?

A classic timer, four security...

...which opens every 15 minutes.

In a quarter of an hour,

you get caught.

Of course, given how...

We will operate 5 minutes before closing.

I will draw the curtains and wait.

In the street,

nobody will be surprised.

People say that the bank

has closed, that's all.

No exit.

Is released through the front door.

This is risky.

- No.

The key is to enter

5 minutes before closing time.

A delay flanquerait any ground.

At noon, armored door closes

until Monday morning.

This is clear?

I go look for the place where

Slick waiting for us.

We still study the plan.

We will need a car to reach Slick.

No problem. I thought about it.

I'll explain later.

Let me take a ride, Dad.

Hello, son.

How's tricks?

Where's Mom?

- Behind the house.

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Sydney Boehm

Sydney Boehm (April 4, 1908 – June 25, 1990) was an American screenwriter and producer. Boehm began his writing career as a newswriter for wire services and newspapers before moving on to screenwriting. His films include High Wall (1947), Anthony Mann-directed Side Street (1950), the sci-fi film When Worlds Collide (1951), and the crime drama The Big Heat (1953), for which Boehm won a 1954 Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay. Boehm was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 4, 1908 and died in Woodland Hills, California on June 25, 1990 at age 82. more…

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