Double Cross is a 1941 American Producers Releasing Corporation crime film directed by Albert H. Kelley and starring serial star Kane Richmond. The film is also known as Motorcycle Squad (American 16mm rental title).
When a nightclub that also features illegal gambling is raided by the police, uniformed motorcycle policeman Steve Bronson is in an adjoining room to the main area with his girlfriend Fay Saunders who is a co-owner of the club with Nick Taggart. When Fay sees several policemen scuffling with Nick she grabs Steve's revolver and shoots one of the policemen. The other policemen return fire mortally wounding Steve whilst Fay places the revolver next to him and declares she saw Steve fire on the police.
|author||John A. Albert Milton Raison Ron Ferguson|
|director||Albert H. Kelley|
|keywords||assassination attempt best friend corrupt politician drum out gamble illegal gambling night club nightclub police captain police force record|
|producer||John G. Bachmann|
|publisher||Producers Releasing Corporation|