James Stewart stars as a railroad man hired to secretly carry a payroll despite his suspected connections to outlaws
Known to some as the film John Dillinger saw prior to being gunned down outside the cinema. Gable and Powell star as lifelong friends who grow up on opposite sides of the law; one, Wade (Powell), becomes a respectable DA, the other, Blackie (Gable), a criminal racketeer, yet despite their differences and a love triangle with Loy, the friendship remains intact. However, when Blackie gets himself into serious trouble helping Wade achieve his ambitions, their lives together are put to the test.
Far less melodramatic than the title suggests; rather, a great combination of tour-de-force acting and quality drama.
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