I WALK ALONE
"Once I trusted a dame...now I walk alone." After doing 14 years in jail, ex-bootlegger Burt Lancaster looks up his old partner Kirk Douglas to collect on his half of their operation, as they agreed before Lancaster got pinched. But Prohibition's over and Douglas has long since gone legit — and isn't about to cut a mug like Lancaster in on his swanky new nightclub now. Sultry singer Lizabeth Scott and Lancaster's trusted friend Wendell Corey, both on Douglas' payroll, find their loyalties divided and allegiances in flux as the two former friends become bitter enemies. DIR Byron Haskin; SCR Charles Schnee, from the play "Beggars Are Coming to Town" by Theodore Reeves; PROD Hal B. Wallis. U.S., 1948, b&w, 97 min. NOT RATED
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