Blast Of Silence

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Crime

Reviews for this film ranged from "pretentious" to "better luck next time," but it remains one of the better New York low-budget films. Baron, who also wrote and directed, is an assassin who has a contract to kill a racketeer. He has to work himself up to the deed, and the film follows him as he meets his former sweetheart, who tosses him aside, strangles...read more

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(Movie Clip) This Torrid Town
Night club singer on conga drum (Dean Sheldon) knocks out This Torrid Town while gun dealer Ralph (Larry Tucker) follows hit man Frankie (director and (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Want Out
That's East 34th Street in a long shot as hit man Frankie (Director and star Allen Baron) worries about an un-planned killing then makes a surprising (more…)
(Movie Clip) You Hate Parties
Lionel Stander narrates the tortured mind of hit man Frankie (director and star Allen Baron), attending a Christmas party, dancing with Lorrie (Molly (more…)
(Movie Clip) Big Ralph
Ever-disgusted hit man Frankie Bono (Director and star Allen Barron) visits ever-disgusting gun dealer Big Ralph (Larry Tucker) for the first time in (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Reviews for this film ranged from "pretentious" to "better luck next time," but it remains one of the better New York low-budget films. Baron, who also wrote and directed, is an assassin who has a contract to kill a racketeer. He has to work himself up to… (more)

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