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By Jim Kitses

Joseph H. Lewis's Gun Crazy is the tale of 2 younger fans who embark on a criminal offense spree. For this e-book, Kitses researched commonly into the movie production's heritage and explored its connection to the crime movie culture and the darkish underside of yankee society.

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