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BIG OPERATOR, THE 1959

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THE BIG OPERATOR 1959
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. Complete. Un-cut. What a violent sadistic movie! Holy Moly! It's Albert Zugsmith and his cast of lovable regulars in a story of union corruption. Within the first two minutes, Oscar "The Executioner" tosses a guy into a cement mixer and the action doesn't let up from there!

Mickey Rooney plays a crooked union boss who will stop at nothing and do anything to anyone who gets in his way. Steve Cochran plays the man who can testify that he saw the labor boss in an incriminating conversation with a known criminal.

Mamie Van Doren plays a nice wife and homemaker with huge boobs. Mel Tormé plays a witness who confronts a strong arm union goon. Jay North (Dennis the Menace) plays little boy Timmy who is kidnapped on Halloween by two creepy crooks who lure him into their car with candy.

Steve Cochran is abducted and taken to a house on the outskirts of town. Then his eyes are taped shut and he is beaten to a pulp because he refuses to promise not to testify. It just goes on and on! Look at this cast: Mickey Rooney, Steve Cochran, Mamie Van Doren, Mel Tormé, Jim Backus, Ray Anthony, Jackie Coogan, Charles Chaplin Jr., Vampira, Ray Danton, Norman Grabowski, Jay North. The Big Operator!

Plus this bonus selection...

MICKEY ROONEY ON: WHAT'S MY LINE? 1957-1966
U.S. TV game show. Several appearances on What's My Line? by Mickey Rooney as the mystery celebrity. The panel wears blindfolds and has to determine the identity of the mystery celebrity. Mickey doesn't make it easy for them. Hilarious!


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