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|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Robert E. Kent|
Edward Small (uncredited)
|Written by||Charles Ellis|
|Starring||Mamie Van Doren|
|Edited by||Grant Whytock|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Police Sgt. Whitey Brandon works for the Vice Squad and is determined to beat corruption in the city. He encounters Carol Hudson who is working as a model. She is sent to frame him and succeeds. Carol's sister comes to visit and is raped and bashed by a thug who knows Carol. Carol, desperate for revenge, enlists the help of Brandon to fight the thugs who attacked her sister.
Van Doren signed a three-picture deal with Small but Vice Raid was the only film she made for him.
- Stinson, Charles (Dec 11, 1959). "Mafia,' 'Vice Raid' Routine New Efforts". Los Angeles Times. p. B14.
- Hopper, Hedda (Dec 19, 1958). "Dwayne Hickman Signs for TV Deal That Will Net Half Million". Chicago Daily Tribune. p. a13.
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