Midweek Movie - The Fast and the Furious

The Fast and the Furious ( 1955 )
Wrongly imprisoned for murder, Frank Webster (John Ireland) breaks out of jail to try and clear his name. With the police in hot pursuit, he’s forced to take a beautiful young woman (Dorothy Malone) in a fast sports car hostage. Together they slip into a cross-border car race in an attempt to make it to Mexico before the police catch up.

Released: 1955
Runtime: 73 min
Director: John Ireland, Edward Sampson
Writers: Jerome Odlum, Jean Howell
Starring: John Ireland, Dorothy Malone, Bruce Carlisle


  1. Ooookay, this is a little better "B" movie. The action is good given the budget the studio had to work within. John Ireland not only stared but directed too. Some parts of the story could have used a bit more elaboration, but over all not bad. If I were doing the writing this might have had a different ending to it as I felt this one was on the week side, but hey, it's a "B" movie. Miss Malone is pretty damn hot! Wish I could find a babe like that. I love the line where Connie says to Frank, "I like to walk, it helps me keep my figure." Frank answers, "Yeah, I noticed."

  2. Correction: Connie says to Frank, "I like to walk, it helps me keep my figure." Frank answers, "Yeah, I noticed." Actually it is Frank who says to Connie, "Walking's good for your Figure." To which Connie replies, "There's nothing wrong with my figure!" Which then Frank says, "I notices." Even though no one really reads the comments, or so it seems, I just wanted to correct my mistake.

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