Dir. Lewis Allen. 1954, 75 mins.
In a dark and efficient thriller that eerily foreshadowed the JFK assassination, Frank Sinatra plays a cold blooded psychopath who is part of a team of assassins who move to a small California town to kill the President when he passes through on a fishing trip. Sinatra earned strong reviews for his convincing performance; Newsweek praised him as “one of the most repellent killers in American screen history.”
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