Machine-Gun Kelly is a 1958 film noir directed by Roger Corman, chronicling the criminal activities of the real-life George "Machine Gun" Kelly. The film was considered low budget, but received good critical reviews. It was the first lead role for actor Charles Bronson. Corman called it "a major turning point in my career" because it was from this film he began to get serious critical attention.
American International Pictures released the film as a double feature with 1958's The Bonnie Parker Story. In September 1958 Nicholson and Arkoff of AIP said this was their favorite double bill to date.
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