Director Alex Grasshoff
Music director Andre Brummer
Writer Alexander Grasshoff
Genre Crime, Drama
Running time 1h 6m
Screenplay Alex Grasshoff
Country United States
|Release date 1960|
Cast Robert Hutton (Tom), Mary Castle (June), Michael O'Connell (Lake), Gabe Delutri (Joe), Anton von Stralen (Stearn)
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Tagline $400,000 And Four Desperate Men
Escaped convicts hold a couple hostage (Robert Hutton, Mary Castle) while looking for loot in a ghost town.
The Jailbreakers is a 1960 American film written, produced and directed by W. Merle Connell and released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Why Must I Die?.
The film stars Robert Hutton and Mary Castle as a married couple, held hostage in a dismal, deserted town by three escaped convicts. The crooks are looking for a cache of stolen loot, and they intend to keep Hutton and Castle alive long enough to locate and dig up the cash for them.
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