Cinema: The New Pictures, Feb. 28, 1955

Six Bridges to Cross (Universal-International), a well-made cops-and-robbers thriller, might have an arresting subtitle: They Stole $2,500,000 and Got Away with It. That is more or less what happened five years ago in Boston when a well-organized band of crooks relieved Brinks, Inc. of its clients' assets. Jerry Florea (Tony Curtis), a born organizer, rises from a Boston gutter to mastermind the multimillion-dollar robbery. Policeman Ed Gallagher (George Nader), Jerry's longtime friendly enemy, cannot break his alibi. Just as Jerry is about to split the take, it turns out that the story idea...

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