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Gambling House (1951)





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Small time racketeer Marc Fury agrees to plead self-defense for a murder committed by gang boss Joe Farrow in exchange for Farrow's I.O.U. for $50,000. He is acquitted but is ordered deported by immigration authorities unless he can convince the judge to let him stay. After meeting volunteer worker Lynn Warren his tough guy exterior begins to soften as he follows her through her efforts to settle a family of European refugees. Events lead to a dramatic conclusion as Farrow welches on his deal with him and Fury attends his final deportation hearing.


Victor Mature
as Marc Fury
Terry Moore
as Lynn Warren
William Bendix
as Joe Farrow
Basil Ruysdael
as Judge Ravinek
Donald Randolph
as Lloyd Crane
Don Randolph
as Lloyd Crane
Damian O'Flynn
as Ralph Douglas
Ann Doran
as Della
Eleanor Audley
as Mrs. Livingston
Gloria Winters
as B.J. Warren
Jack Kruschen
as Burly Italian
Eddy Fields
as Fat Man Pickpocket
Victor Paul
as Italian Immigrant
Joseph Rogato
as Italian Immigrant
Guy Zanette
as Italian Immigrant
Kirk Alyn
as FBI Man
Jack Stoney
as Detective
Sherry Hall
as Robbins
Vera Stokes
as Stationwagon Driver
Leonidas Ossetynski
as Mr. Sobieski
Loda Halama
as Mrs. Sobieski
Chester Jones
as Elevator Attendant
Art Dupuis
as Porter
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