Dillinger

"OK"

Dillinger Review


The famed bank robber gets his life story told in a spare 70 minutes. While his origins as a petty thief are quite compelling, his bank robbery hijinks are less so. The story's been told countless times, and this one's worth a peek for history buffs. Lawrence Tierney's first major role came as the title character.


Dillinger

Facts and Figures

Run time: 107 mins

In Theaters: Friday 20th July 1973

Production compaines: King Brothers Productions

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
Fresh: 12 Rotten: 1

IMDB: 7.0 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Specs Green, as Helen Rogers, as Marco Minelli (as Eduardo Cianelli), as Doc Madison, Elisha Cook, Jr. as Kirk Otto, Elsa Janssen as Mrs. Otto (as Else Jannsen), Ludwig Stössel as Mr. Otto (as Ludwig Stossel), as Blonde, as John Dillinger, as Tony


Contactmusic


Links



Advertisement

New Movies

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Movie Review

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Movie Review

Writer-director Christopher McQuarrie brings a dark and gritty tone to this larger-than-life franchise. Along with...

Beyond the Reach Movie Review

Beyond the Reach Movie Review

With a spectacular setting and two solid actors on-screen, this thriller builds enough solid suspense...

Cub Movie Review

Cub Movie Review

At a time when horror movies seem to only want to make the audience jump,...

Inside Out Movie Review

Inside Out Movie Review

Those bright sparks at Pixar have done it again, taking a fiercely original approach to...

Advertisement
Southpaw Movie Review

Southpaw Movie Review

Slick direction and meaty performances may be enough for some viewers, but this boxing drama's...

Eden Movie Review

Eden Movie Review

Loose and impressionistic, this beautifully shot film traces the career of a DJ who pioneered...

The Gallows Movie Review

The Gallows Movie Review

Without a single moment of originality, this found-footage horror movie really deserves to be the...

Self/Less Movie Review

Self/Less Movie Review

An intriguing premise keeps the audience gripped for about 20 minutes before the movie runs...

Advertisement