Murder, Inc.

Murder, Inc.

Director: Burt Balaban, Stuart Rosenberg Cast: Stuart Whitman, May Britt

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/14/2017
UPC: 0024543315650
Original Release: 1960
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 36,097

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stuart Whitman Joey Collins
May Britt Eadie Collins
Henry Morgan Burton Turkus
Peter Falk Abe Reles
Sarah Vaughan Herself
David J. Stewart Louis "Lepke" Buchalter
Simon Oakland Detective Tobin
Joseph E. Bernard Mendy Weiss
Eli Mintz Joe Rosen
Vincent Gardenia Lawyer Laslo
Josip Elic Alpert
Helen Waters Mrs. Corsi
Lou Polan Louis
Howard I. Smith Albert Anastasia
Joseph Campanella Panto
Leon B. Stevens Loughran
Dorothy Stinnette Shaw,Betty
Sylvia Miles Sadie
Seymour Cassel Teenagers
David Kerman 1st Detective
Harold Gary Sal
Peter Gumeny Policeman
Morey Amsterdam Walter Sage
Warren Finnerty Bug

Technical Credits
Burt Balaban Director,Producer
Stuart Rosenberg Director
Charles Bailey Set Decoration/Design
Frank deVol Score Composer
Bill Herman Makeup
Gayne Rescher Cinematographer
Ralph Rosenblum Editor
Richard Sylbert Production Designer
Irve Tunick Screenwriter
Bill Walstrom Costumes/Costume Designer

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Murder, Inc. 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bryan_Cassiday_author More than 1 year ago
Shot in documentary style, "Murder, Inc." is long on talk and short on action. For a movie concerning an association of hit men, it comes as an unwelcome surprise that there would be so little action.

This movie is based on an interesting true story in 1930s Brooklyn, but it lacks juice, and for a movie with the title "Murder, Inc.," such a dearth is the kiss of death. When you see a film title with the word "murder" teamed with "inc." in it, it stands to reason that you would expect to see a raft of murders being committed on-screen. "Murder, Inc.," which is a catchy title, is therefore misleading.

What the film does have is a standout performance by Peter Falk as contract killer Abe Reles, which is spot on, and, for that reason alone, if for no other, it is worth watching.

--Bryan Cassiday, author of "Fete of Death"