When several notorious criminals are unjustifiably released on parole, the Federal Government smells a rat and sends ace agent Richard Hendricks (Michael O’Shea) to investigate. Richard infiltrates the gang responsible for the parole racket by posing as a much-wanted convict Rick Carson, but the wily Barney Rodescu (Turhan Bey), who is the brain behind the racket, soon finds out Carson’s true identity. Carson’s life is now in grave danger!
Running Time: 76 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: NR
EDITORIAL REVIEW: "Director Alfred Zeisler’s affinity for low-budget thrillers is quite apparent in this fast-paced drama. Although the plot may seem a bit predictable, the film provides more than enough thrills to keep you engrossed till the end. The narrative moves fairly quickly and provides a fascinating insight into the world of organized crime. The plot goes beyond merely entertaining audiences. It creates awareness among both the public and the concerned government agencies about the rampant abuse of parole laws, which saw many a dangerous criminal walk free long before his time was up. Michael O’Shea plays the role of a federal agent with conviction, while Evelyn Ankers - who was at the fag end of a turbulent career - plays the part of an enchanting seductress with the ease and flamboyance of a professional actress. With Parole, Inc. A2ZCDS gives you a fascinating dramatic feature film, which provides an absorbing peek into how criminals take advantage of the loopholes in state laws!"
"I was full of admiration for Alfred Zeisler’s brilliant handling of ‘Parole, Inc.’ tricky theme. Apart from being an all-time entertainer, it has a message that our prison system would do well to take notice of. Michael O’Shea does his role to perfection. Anyone who claims that ‘oldies’ are passé needs to see this brilliant piece of classic film-making…"
Irving R. Schwartz, M.D. (Cedar Rapids, IOWA)
"A real blast from the past. ‘Parole, Inc.’ is where contemporary blockbusters like ‘Face Off’ come from. If A2ZCDS hadn’t dug this jewel of a feature film out of its archives, it would have done America’s movie lovers a great injustice."
Augustine Wirth (Syracuse, NEW YORK)
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