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Joe Besser appears in a small supporting role as the elevator operator in Hammer's office building.

During the Christmas holidays, Mike Hammer's wartime buddy Jack has been murdered. As he slowly unveils an international smuggling operation, the vengence-driven private investigator's search for the killer also turns up a new love interest, numerous suspects and several more corpses.

First film adaptation of Mickey Spillane's bestselling Mike Hammer mystery. Filmed and released in 3-D.

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Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
August 14, 1953
United Artists
Production Type
Feature Film
87 min.

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