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The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Released 1967
Distributor 20th Century Fox

Roger Corman takes us behind the scenes on one of his rare big studio projects, a detailed and largely accurate account of the 1929 mass murder of Bugs Moran’s Northside Gang in a Chicago garage. George Segal plays the ill-fated, not to mention henpecked, Frank Gusenberg. Paul Frees narrates as the voice of doom, chronicling the dark fates of various luckless pawns played by seemingly every character actor in town. TV writer and former Amazing Stories editor Howard Browne expanded this from his 1958 Playhouse 90 broadcast “Seven Against the Wall.”

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About Roger Corman

Movie Legend Roger Corman has been producing and directing pictures since 1954. He has directed over 50 movies and produced over 300, as well as giving starts to half the filmmakers, actors and technicians in Hollywood. His credits include a hefty portion of the titles we feature here on Trailers from Hell. In November 2009 he received an Honorary Lifetime Achievement Academy Award. And if you didn’t already know this stuff, you must have stumbled on this site by accident.

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