Black Tuesday 67 years old

The most ruthless Robinson of all time!

Black Tuesday

Vicious gangster Vincent Canelli pulls off a daring prison escape just moments before going to the electric chair, taking with him Peter Manning – a bank robber and cop killer who was to die right after him. Taking several hostages along, they try to get their hands on the loot from Manning’s robbery to finance their escape from the country.

Credits

Black Tuesday Cast

Name Character
Russell Johnson He was 30, 89 years old when he died as Howard Sloane
Peter Graves He was 28, 83 years old when he died as Peter Manning
Milburn Stone He was 50, 75 years old when he died as Father Slocum
Edward G. Robinson He was 61, 79 years old when he died as Vincent Canelli
Harry Bartell He was 41, 90 years old when he died as Boland
Warren Stevens He was 35, 92 years old when he died as Joey Stewart
Jack Kelly He was 27, 65 years old when he died as Frank Carson
Jean Parker She was 39, 90 years old when she died as Hatti Combest
William Schallert He was 32, 93 years old when he died as Collins
Vic Perrin He was 38, 73 years old when he died as Dr. Hart
Sylvia Findley as Ellen Norris
James Bell He was 63, 81 years old when he died as John Norris
Paul Maxey He was 47, 56 years old when he died as Donaldson
Lee Aaker He was 11, now 78 years old as Little Boy
Dick Rich He was 45, 58 years old when he died as Benny

Black Tuesday Crew

Name Department
Robert Goldstein as Producer. Production
Paul Dunlap as Original Music Composer. He was 35 (90) years old when He died Sound
Sydney Boehm as Writer. He was 46 (82) years old when He died Writing
Hugo Fregonese as Director. He was 46 (78) years old when He died Directing
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Black Tuesday (67 years)

The most ruthless Robinson of all time!

  • Release day: Friday, December 31, 1954
  • Runtime: 80 minutes