Highway 301

  • 1950
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Crime

A gritty and often violent cops-and-robbers film as seen through the eyes of the robbers. The film chronicles the crime spree of the Tri-State Gang, made up of Cochran, Webber, Egan, and Cassell. The film plods through its opening minutes as the governors of Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland give speeches against crime. The story then moves into the...read more

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A gritty and often violent cops-and-robbers film as seen through the eyes of the robbers. The film chronicles the crime spree of the Tri-State Gang, made up of Cochran, Webber, Egan, and Cassell. The film plods through its opening minutes as the governors of Virginia, North Carolina, and

Maryland give speeches against crime. The story then moves into the gang's activities as they pull off a successful bank robbery. The film follows the group, accompanied by their molls, Grey, Andre, and Towne, through crimes, chases, gunfights, and violent deaths as the members are killed one by

one, proving that crime does not pay.

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  • Review: A gritty and often violent cops-and-robbers film as seen through the eyes of the robbers. The film chronicles the crime spree of the Tri-State Gang, made up of Cochran, Webber, Egan, and Cassell. The film plods through its opening minutes as the governors… (more)

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