Man in the Vault (1956)


There’s $200,000 in a Los Angeles safety-deposit box that mobster Willis Trent would like to have, so he gets two-timing, double-dealing Flo Randall to get the box number for him Showbox. He offers locksmith Tommy Dancer $5,000 to make the key but Tommy refuses. Trent threatens to harm Tommy’s girl friend, Betty Turner, and Tommy gives in and goes to the bank. In a few nerve-racking minutes, Tommy makes the key and pockets the $200,000 for himself. Trent sends word that he has kidnapped Betty and the ransom is $200,000.

(Plot summary by Les Adams)

Runtime original: 1:13:00 —> Runtime at 90to5: 00:05:42

 

Director: Andrew V. McLaglen

Writer: Burt Kennedy (screenplay), Frank Gruber (novel)

Editor: Everett Sutherland

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I choose this movie because there were many side characters that could be cut out so it seemed like a good movie to cut down and simplify.

 

 

 
 
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