Guns Don't Argue

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Released 1955

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1955
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Guns Don't Argue is a fictional biography showing crime in America during the 20s and 30s and how a new law enforcement agency called the FBI deals with it. Filmmakers Richard C. Kahn and Bill Karn use clips from the popular Gangbusters TV series to put together this classic pro-law enforcement film. Opening with the capture of John Dillinger (Myron Healey), Agent Baxter (Coulter Irwin) and Agent Tyler (Robert Bice) walk down a busy Chicago street toward the agency's most-wanted criminal. After Dilliger takes a few shots at Baxter, the police react. Next up is Bonnie and Clyde, with Agent Pier (William Boyett) and his team hiding on a dirt road in Louisiana. After Clyde kills Agent Clifton (Scott Douglas), the rest of the men take the two criminals down. Ma Barker (Jean Harvey) and Fred Barker (Sam Edwards) get into a shoot-out with the FBI in Kansas, and Baby Face Nelson (Robert Kendall) becomes the public enemy number one. The film continues with profiling famous gangsters and their capture.moreless

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