The Music Box Kid
|The Music Box Kid|
|File:"The Music Box Kid" (1960).jpg|
|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
Edward Small (executive)|
Robert E. Kent
|Written by||Herbert Abbott Spiro|
|Edited by||James Blakeley|
|Distributed by||United Artists (U.S.)|
The "music box" is a submachine gun owned by ruthless gangster Larry Shaw (Ronald Foster) in 1920s New York. Larry is working his way up a bootlegging syndicate, but reckons without his decent wife Margaret (Luana Patten), who one day has enough of her husband's activities.
- Larry Shaw - Ron Foster
- Margaret Shaw - Luana Patten
- Chesty Miller - Grant Richards
- Tony Maldano - Johnny Seven
- Pat Lamont - Carl Milletaire
- Father Gorman - Dayton Lummis
- Biggie Gaines - Bernard Fein
TV Guide wrote, "this is a formula gangster flick, with cliched situations and stereotyped characters. The direction is efficient, however, giving some polish to an otherwise standard piece. The cast gives the film a little soul as well with some spirited performances." 
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- "The-Music-Box-Kid - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes - NYTimes.com". nytimes.com.
- "The Music Box Kid". TVGuide.com.