The Rebel Set

Overview

A standard crime story with a dash of a disillusioned generation of men thrown in for good measure, The Rebel Set, also known as Beatsville, is about an armored car hold-up. Mr. Tucker Edward Platt is the man who comes up with the idea and plan of how to carry out the robbery, and he recruits three men who are down on their luck. John Mapes Gregg Palmer, is an out-of-work actor, Ray Miller John Lupton is a writer who cannot get published, and George Leland Don Sullivan is the wastrel son of a has-been movie star....
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Overview

A standard crime story with a dash of a disillusioned generation of men thrown in for good measure, The Rebel Set, also known as Beatsville, is about an armored car hold-up. Mr. Tucker Edward Platt is the man who comes up with the idea and plan of how to carry out the robbery, and he recruits three men who are down on their luck. John Mapes Gregg Palmer, is an out-of-work actor, Ray Miller John Lupton is a writer who cannot get published, and George Leland Don Sullivan is the wastrel son of a has-been movie star. Tucker should have thought twice about who he was recruiting -- if these men have failed at life so far, why should they succeed in something as daring as a million-dollar robbery?
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/27/2005
  • UPC: 089218495990
  • Original Release: 1959
  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Time: 1:12:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 62,301

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gregg Palmer John Mapes
Kathleen Crowley Jeanne Mapes
Edward Platt Mr. Tucker
John Lupton Ray Miller
Ned Glass Sidney Horner
Don Sullivan George Leland
Vikki Dougan Karen
I. Stanford Jolley King Invader
Robert Shayne Lt. Cassidy
Gloria Moreland Bali Dancer
Collette Lyons Rita Leland
Tiger Joe Marsh Policeman
Technical Credits
Gene Fowler Jr. Director
William Austin Editor
Paul Dunlap Score Composer
Bernard Girard Screenwriter
Earle Lyon Producer
Dave Milton Art Director
Karl Struss Cinematographer
Louis Vittes Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Rebel Set
2. Chapter 1 [9:29]
3. Chapter 2 [15:28]
4. Chapter 3 [10:24]
5. Chapter 4 [9:22]
6. Chapter 5 [17:30]
7. Chapter 6 [9:26]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Rebel Set
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   Chapter Index
   Catalog
      Action/Adventure
      Horror/Sci-Fi
      Mystery/Thriller
      New Cinema
      Comedy
      Drama
      Serials
      Family
      Silent Films
      TV Shows
      Classic Exploitation
      Westerns
   Coming Attractions
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