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Gangsters Guns & Floozies Crime Collection: Let 'Em Have It


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Young Federal gang-busters in action, with pauses for romance.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Richard Arlen, Virginia Bruce, Alice Brady, Bruce Cabot, Harvey Stephens
  • Directors: Sam Wood
  • Writers: Al Boasberg, Elmer Harris, Joseph Moncure March
  • Producers: Edward Small
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Wonder (Video)
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2005
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A2WSTY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,937 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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There are no extras, but there are chapter stops.
cookieman108
A fine, action filled thriller, LET 'EM HAVE IT is well recommended for classic film buffs.
Casey62
We've seen a lot of these old movies lately and this is about as good as they get.
richard

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on December 9, 2005
Format: DVD
From Sony's Gangsters, Guns & Floozies Crime Collection comes the film Let `Em Have It (1935), directed by Sam Wood (A Night at the Opera, Goodbye, Mr. Chips), one of the two unaccredited directors to work on the 1939 film Gone with the Wind (the other was George Cukor). Appearing in this film is Richard Arlen (The Virginian, Helldorado), Virginia Bruce (Jane Eyre, The Invisible Woman), one of the 20 original 'Goldwyn Girls', and Bruce Cabot (King Kong, The Last of the Mohicans). Also appearing is Alice Brady (Mr. Dodd Takes the Air), Harvey Stephens (All American Chump), Eric Linden (The Robin Hood of El Dorado), and Gordon Jones ("The Abbott and Costello Show"), who played the Green Hornet in the 1940 serial of the same name. Also, keep an eye out for Jonathan Hale, in the role of Bill, the microscope expert, in a bit part. He seemed familiar (especially his distinctive voice), but I couldn't place his face until I remembered he played Dagwood Bumstead's boss J.C. Dithers in the Blondie movies of the late 1930s and 1940s.

Blazing headlines flash across the screen! `rime Wave Shocks The Nation' (I think it was meant to say `Crime Wave Shocks The Nation' but the C was cut off), `Torture Fiends Burn Victim', and so on...seems America is suffering a terrible epidemic as criminals run rampant, driving politicians to allot greater funding towards gooberment law enforcement institutions, and subsequently, thousands of citizens jump at the opportunity to suckle from Uncle Sam's sweet teat signing up to become G-Men, T-Men, and J-Men (actually, I don't think the term `J-Men' was used, as they were probably just referred to as the more general G-Men, but I'm using it in reference to someone working for The Justice Department).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ricky on October 22, 2012
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To have this film on DVD is AMAZING! I owned a 16mm print of this title years ago, and it was well used. This is a hard title to find. In fact, it hasn't been available in a TV package since the 1960's. Classic Media should be thanked by serious film collectors for bringing this classic out of the vault. The elements used seem to be from 35mm pre print, and are un-restored. However, the fact that any original print material exists on this title is a blessing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Casey62 on November 3, 2014
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After the Motion Picture Production Code was enforced in 1934, the gangster genre, which before had more or less glamorized the criminal's lifestyle, now began to make a concentrated effort to depict lawmen as heroes.

Two movies were released in 1935 that championed the newly re-structured Department of Justice which became known as The Federal Bureau of Investigation. Warner Bros. gave us G-MEN with former gangster James Cagney on the side of the law, and United Artists answered with LET 'EM HAVE IT. Both are rapidly paced, hard-hitting dramas that follow the officers' training and focus on the FBI's methods of detecting crime, besides offering the customary tommy gun-blazing action.

Tautly directed by Sam Wood, LET 'EM HAVE IT stars Richard Arlen, Harvey Stevens, and Gordon Jones as a trio of newly recruited federal agents assigned to break up a kidnapping/robbery racket run by cold-blooded hood Bruce Cabot. Virginia Bruce and Eric Linden co-star as brother and sister socialites for whom Cabot was employed as chauffeur. Linden joins the Bureau upon Arlen's recommendation and moves in on Cabot, who promptly murders his former employer. A couple of more twists in the plot ensue before the final shoot 'em up climax.

There are a few things about LET 'EM HAVE IT that distinguish it from your run of the mill cops and robbers yarn. The scenes depicting the FBI's utilization of forensics and ballistics circa 1935 are interesting, and all the performances are solid. A particular standout is Bruce Cabot who, only two years prior, had his breakthrough role as the hero in KING KONG. Here, he's an embittered killer with the single-minded ambition to acquire a million dollars. Along the way he decides to visit a plastic surgeon and have his face altered to avoid detection.
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By richard on March 29, 2015
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Very good old flick. We've seen a lot of these old movies lately and this is about as good as they get.
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