The Baltimore Bullet is a 1943 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring George Raft, Ann Sheridan, and John Litel. The film is about a police detective who is investigating a series of murders that are linked to a local crime boss. The film begins with a series of murders in Baltimore. The victims are all young women who have been strangled. The police are baffled by the murders, and they have no leads. Detective Mike Donlin (George Raft) is assigned to the case. He is a tough cop who is not afraid to use his fists. He quickly realizes that the murders are the work of a serial killer. Donlin begins to investigate the victims' backgrounds. He discovers that they all had something in common: they were all involved in prostitution. Donlin believes that the killer is a client of the victims. Donlin tracks down the killer, who is a wealthy businessman named John Barton (John Litel). Barton is a respected member of the community, and he is married to a prominent socialite. Donlin confronts Barton, and Barton confesses to the murders. He tells Donlin that he killed the women because they were prostitutes. He says that he was driven to murder by his desire for purity. Donlin arrests Barton, and he is put on trial. Barton is found guilty of murder, and he is sentenced to death. The Baltimore Bullet is a well-made crime film. The acting is good, and the story is suspenseful. The film is a classic example of the film noir genre.

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The Baltimore Bullet (1980)

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The Baltimore Bullet is a 1943 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring George Raft, Ann Sheridan, and John Litel. The film is about a police detective who is investigating a series of murders that are linked to a local crime boss. The film begins with a series of murders in Baltimore. The victims are all young women who have been strangled. The police are baffled by the murders, and they have no leads. Detective Mike Donlin (George Raft) is assigned to the case. He is a tough cop who is not afraid to use his fists. He quickly realizes that the murders are the work of a serial killer. Donlin begins to investigate the victims' backgrounds. He discovers that they all had something in common: they were all involved in prostitution. Donlin believes that the killer is a client of the victims. Donlin tracks down the killer, who is a wealthy businessman named John Barton (John Litel). Barton is a respected member of the community, and he is married to a prominent socialite. Donlin confronts Barton, and Barton confesses to the murders. He tells Donlin that he killed the women because they were prostitutes. He says that he was driven to murder by his desire for purity. Donlin arrests Barton, and he is put on trial. Barton is found guilty of murder, and he is sentenced to death. The Baltimore Bullet is a well-made crime film. The acting is good, and the story is suspenseful. The film is a classic example of the film noir genre.

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Nick Casey
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Ronee Blakley

Carolina Red
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Bruce Boxleitner

Billie Joe Robbins
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Jack O'Halloran

Max
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Michael Lerner

Paulie
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Calvin Lockhart

Snow White
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Cisse Cameron

Sugar
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Willie Mosconi

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Rockne Tarkington

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Robert Hewes

Ricco
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Jon Jacobs

The Baron
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Shepherd Sanders

Robin Hood (as Sheperd Sanders)
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Paul Barselou

Cosmo
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Lou Wagner

Savannah Shorty
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Shay Duffin

Big Al
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Peter Jason

Bert
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Pola Miller

Newscaster
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Debbie Selnik

Receptionist
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Joyce Mandel

Waitress
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Jason Ronard

Frycook
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Garrie Kelly

Exercise Lady
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Don Brady

Wine Steward
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Edward Hoerner

The Senator (as Ed Hoerner)
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Donald Hood

Mario
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John Brascia

Poker Player, New Orleans
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Harold Jeansonne

Poker Player, New Orleans
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John Wilmot

Poker Player, New Orleans
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Sterling Vappie

Doorman
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Lionel Ferbos

Pallbearer
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Mickey Gilbert

Mounted Policeman
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Marco Rodríguez

Tony
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Bill Vint

Frankie (as William M. Vint)
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James J. Casino

Sammy (as James Casino)
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Troy Melton

Cowboy Type
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David Cadiente

Mexican Fighter
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Eric Laneuville

Purvis
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T.J. Castronovo

Ernie (as Tom Castranova)
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Joe Montana

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Arell Blanton

Fireman
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Ed Bakey

Skinny
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Bruce Reed

Onlooker at Skinny's
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Jordan Michals

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Randy Carter

Bartender at Skinny's
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Charlie Picerni

The Dealer
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George Fisher

Cardplayer
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Walter Wyatt

Blindman Joe
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Philip Roth

Bookie (as Phil Roth)
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Victor Paul

Bookie
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John Alderman

Bookie
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Al Maines

Bookie
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Jeff Temkin

Himself - Sportscaster
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John Rose

Reporter
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Whitney Rydbeck

Photographer
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Robert Acey

Cab Driver
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Rudy Oliver

Pool Player
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Lou Butera

Himself
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Irving D. Crane

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Richard Florence

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Allen Hopkins

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Pete Margo

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Ray Martin

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Jimmy Mataya

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Steve Mizerak

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James Rempe

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Michael Sigel

Himself - Pool Player (as Michael K. Sigel)
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Gigi Green

Principal (uncredited)
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Richard Lapp

Minor Role (uncredited)
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Robert Ellis Miller

Director
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Robert Vincent O'Neill

Writer
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John Brascia

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