Loan Shark
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Loan Shark
Loan Shark was one of several independently-produced films made by George Raft in the early 1950s. Raft plays Joe Gargan, a good guy who pretends to turn bad to trap a gang of usurious loan sharks. In order to convince the crooks that he's on their side, Gargan is forced to call it quits with his sweetheart Ann Nelson (Dorothy Hart). Once he's accepted by the villains, Gargan dreams up an elaborate new method of siphoning money from an unsuspecting public. Inevitably, however, the villains get wise to Gargan's subterfuge, and for a while it looks like curtains for our hero. One of… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A lifeless thriller about an ex-convict trying to smash a brutal loan shark racket."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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