The Gangster (1947)

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Troubled, unhappy gangster Shubunka (Barry Sullivan), wounded and lonely has reached the crossroads of his life. Cornell (Sheldon Leonard) intends to take over his empire but Shubunka will not listen to the warnings of gang member, Nick Jammey (Akim Tamiroff), instead giving all his attention to his girlfriend Nancy (Belita). This inattention to his business leads to his downfall, where, after losing Nancy, Shubunka is shot down
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama
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Allied Artists

Cast

Barry Sullivan
as Shubunka
Belita
as Nancy Starr
Akim Tamiroff
as Nick Jammey
Joan Lorring
as Dorothy
Harry Morgan
as Shorty
Fifi D'Orsay
as Mrs. Ostroleng
Virginia Christine
as Mrs. Karty
Leif Erickson
as Beaumont
John Kellogg
as Sterling
Ted Hecht
as Swain
Edwin Maxwell
as Politician
Rex Downing
as Boy with Note
Ruth Allen
as Girl Singer
Billy Gray
as Little Boy
Norma Jean Nilsson
as Little Girl
Dewey Robinson
as Pool Player
Larry Steers
as Headwaiter
Patricia Emery
as Miss Callister
Clancy Cooper
as Brother-in-Law
Maxine Semon
as Hotel Maid
Jeff Corey
as Brother-in-law
Marie Blake
as House Mistress
Peter Whitney
as Brother-in-law
Phyllis Ayres
as Wife on Street
Dolores Castle
as Cigarette Girl
Sid Melton
as Stage Manager
Delese Daudet
as Dancer
Jean Harrison
as Dancer
Tommy Reilly
as Piano Player
Don Haggerty
as Stranger
Griff Barnett
as Dorothy's Father
Michael Vallon
as Man on Boardwalk
Jane Weeks
as Girl in Corridor
Parker Gee
as Man in Corridor
Zona Eaton
as Woman
Henry Morgan
as Shorty
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Critic Reviews for The Gangster

All Critics (1)

Moves along not in the traditional way of tracing the rise and fall of a protagonist.

Full Review… | January 8, 2004
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