Release Date: 04/29/14
The character of Boston Blackie, legendary safecracker-turned-sleuth, first appeared in popular short stories penned by author Jack Boyle as early as 1914. He was then portrayed in several silents of the era, followed by a Columbia <I>Boston Blackie</I> film series and two separate radio series during the 1940s. Blackie eventually made his television debut in this 1950s TV series 'The Adventures of Boston Blackie' starring Kent Taylor.<P><B>DEEP SIX (1952):</B> A tenuous love triangle exists between shipmates, Skip and George and a beautiful woman. When George is murdered, all of the evidence points to Skip as the killer. But once Boston Blackie discovers a shadowy motive he becomes convinced of Skip's innocence.<P><B>MINUET FOR MURDER (1952):</B> During a string of burglaries, a young woman is robbed of important documents. Blackie's investigation leads him to a crooked ex-attorney and a possible case of blackmail.<P><B>QUEEN OF THIEVES (1952):</B> Boston Blackie investigates a notorious criminal gang whose leader appears to be a sweet old grandma.<P><B>SHOOT THE WORKS (1953):</B> Blackie's pal confides that he is terrified that someone is trying to kill him. When he turns up dead, Blackie becomes the principal suspect.
|Label: ALPHA HOME ENTERTAIN|
|Run Time: 100 mins|
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