Machine-Gun Kelly/Fun Facts
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
- Actor Dick Miller, a Roger Corman regular, was scheduled to play the title role, but writer R. Wright Campbell kept pushing for his brother, William Campbell, to get it and began tailoring the script to emphasize his brother's strengths. To avoid internal squabbling, Corman assigned the role to Charles Bronson.
- This was released as one of American International's double features when is was paired with the non-Corman The Bonnie Parker Story (1958).
- The movie was shot in only eight days, before post production started.