The Big Operator 1959 – Colorized Full Movie | Mickey Rooney, Steve Cochran, and Mamie Van Doren. Watch this classic movie with a whole new experience.
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Bill Gibson (played by Steve Cochran) and Fred McAfee (played by Mel Tormé) are two honest factory workers who witness corrupt union practices at their place of employment. The union, under the leadership of the unscrupulous and violent “Little Joe” Braun (played by Mickey Rooney), is involved in several illegal activities, including racketeering and extortion.
When Gibson and McAfee refuse to back Braun’s corrupt practices and threaten to expose him, they find themselves in grave danger. Braun, desperate to protect his empire and reputation, decides to take matters into his own hands. He kidnaps Gibson’s son to silence Gibson and McAfee and keep them from testifying against him.
As Gibson desperately tries to find his son and bring Braun to justice, he faces numerous challenges. The criminal underworld, police corruption, and even his own colleagues are obstacles in his quest. The film follows Gibson’s relentless pursuit of the truth, his efforts to rescue his son, and his determination to bring down Braun and his cronies.
The climax involves confrontations, suspense, and a struggle for justice against the backdrop of a corrupt system. Through it all, “The Big Operator” paints a picture of the dark side of labor unions while emphasizing the resilience and courage of the individual in the face of overwhelming odds.
The film effectively showcases Mickey Rooney in a role that’s a departure from his usual characters, portraying the dark and menacing aspects of “Little Joe” Braun.