Public Enemy #1 boards a train to go claim a sweepstakes winning when he encounters an undercover G-man intent on collaring him and a news reporter in disguise who wants the scoop. One of 1997's Titanic blockbuster star Gloria Stuart's early film roles.
A winning sweepstakes ticket is the catalyst in 36 HOURS TO KILL. The lucky recipient is gangster Duke Benson (Douglas Fowley), who happens to be a fugitive from justice. Duke hops a train to collect his prize money, keeping a low profile lest he be discovered. Also on board are G-man Frank Evers (Brian Donlevy) and newspaper sob-sister Anne Marvis (Gloria Stuart). Yes, they catch the villain, but before that they stop squabbling long enough to fall in love. The basic premise in 36 HOURS TO KILL was later reshaped by scenarist Lou Breslow for his 1942 Laurel and Hardy comedy A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO.
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