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The Trap is an American crime film first released in 1959, directed by Norman Panama. The film stars Richard Widmark, Lee J. Cobb and Tina Louise. It has also been released under the title: The Baited Trap. Our overall rating for this film is: good. After a ten-year hiatus, lawyer Ralph Anderson (Richard Widmark) returns to his hometown of Tula, California, where his father Lloyd (Carl Benton Reid) and brother Tippy (Earl Holliman) serve as the town's sheriff and deputy. Forced to represent a mob boss, Victor Massonetti (Lee J. Cobb), Ralph asks his father to look the other way while a local airfield is used to enable Massonetti to flee the country. A disgusted Lloyd agrees to help, but Tippy decides to go after the big cash reward. The stellar cast includes Tina Louise (Gilligan's Island) as Tippy's beautiful wife, Linda, who once was the love of Ralph's life and Lorne Greene (Bonanza) as Davis, Massonetti's right hand man. Art direction by the legendary Henry Bumstead (Vertigo), Cinematography by the great Daniel L. Fapp (West Side Story) and beautifully directed by Norman Panama (Knock on Wood). THE Southern California desert, which has been the blasted heath of many an exhausting Western, is the locale of "The Trap," a highly Technicolored melodrama that opened at the Capitol yesterday. And its tale of a conscience-smitten shyster nabbing a contemporary fugitive badman and bringing him in, against grueling opposition, is in the Western vein. The Trap doesn't waste too much fragrance on the desert air, but it gives off a strong mingled odor of gunsmoke and agonized sweat.
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