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Synopsis

<br>MAD DOG COLL, 1961, Sony Repertory, 86 min. Director Burt Balaban’s follow-up to MURDER, INC. was this film bio of Vincent ‘Mad Dog’ Coll. John Davis Chandler is perfect as the abused misfit who rises to feared mob psychopath (<i>A Maniac With A Machine Gun!</i>). Although Coll is drawn to music student, Brooke Hayward, his killing drags him into psychosis, and he goes on the run from the cops (including Telly Savalas) and rival, Dutch Schultz (Vincent Gardenia). Jerry Orbach is Coll’s last remaining friend. <br><br>MURDER, INC., 1960, 20th Century Fox, 103 min. Dir. Burt Balaban and Stuart Rosenberg. Peter Falk is unforgettable as Abe ‘Kid Twist’ Reles, a hitman for gang boss, Louis ‘Lepke’ Buchalter (David J. Stewart) during the 1930’s explosion of Big Apple gangsterism. Oscar-nominated for Best Supporting Actor, this was the role that put Falk on the map as an actor to watch. With Stuart Whitman and May Britt as a couple forced into collusion with the gang.

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