DirectorPhil Victor, George White Release dateAugust 1957 (1957-08) WriterMickey Spillane (novel), Richard Collins (screenplay), Richard Powell (screenplay), Richard Powell (screen story) Music directorJohn Williams, Alexander Courage, Marlin Skiles CastRobert Bray (Mike Hammer), Whitney Blake (Nancy Williams), Patricia Donahue (Dione, Blonde Bar-Girl (as Pat Donague)), Donald Randolph (Colonel Holloway), Pamela Duncan (Velda, Hammer's Secretary), Booth Colman (Det. Pat Chambers (as Booth Coleman)) Similar moviesThe Maltese Falcon, Satan Met a Lady, The Two Faces of January, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Black Bird, The Big Sleep
TaglineMillion-Dollar DAMES...A Million-Buck HEIST!...A Million Volt SHOCKER!
Mike hammer my gun is quick 1957
My Gun Is Quick is a 1957 film noir crime film based on the novel My Gun is Quick by Mickey Spillane. Written by Richard M. Powell and directed by Mike Hammer producer Victor Saville credited as Phil Victor and George White, the movie stars Robert Bray as private investigator Mike Hammer, Pamela Duncan as Velda, Hammer's secretary.
Private investigator Mike Hammer, by assisting a prostitute being assaulted, cannot help noticing a unique ring on her finger. When she later is found murdered that ring is nowhere to be found. From here the story goes to a cache of jewelry stolen by the Nazis during World War II and smuggled out of France after the war by an American army colonel, who, together with Mike Hammer, tries to find the ring and recover all the other jewels. However many parties are on the lookout and the private eye runs into big troubles.