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45-Caliber gangster who was part of the circle around Harry G. Young, .45-Caliber is an on-and-off screen character of Willis O’Brien. .45-Caliber only appears in two films, and is notable for his role in the post-World War II era, in which the rise of Japanese gangsters in the United States and his sharp departure in the 1950s after his death. .45-Caliber first appears in The Big Steal (1942), and is a childhood friend of Harry G. Young (O'Brien), who pulls a job in a game of gun and muscle with the mob, a game of death that ends badly. In his first appearance, he is a member of Young's gang, and is seen in a pick-up truck at the foot of the collapsing bridge. Along with his childhood friend, Harry G. Young, and partner "Smiley" (Tom Dugan), .45-Caliber and his friend take part in the theft of the "Big Steal" (the raid of a high-security vault at a Los Angeles bank). When they return to pick up Young, .45-Caliber is the first to leave the truck, and is seen running away, as the robbery explodes, leading to the death of young Harry G. Young, and the complete rout of the gang, which has been caught by police. After the robbery and the firefight, Harry G. Young receives a bullet through the head, and dies. After the robbery, and .45-Caliber is seen in a number of other films as a supporting character, such as The Big Steal, during the sequence where the police surround Young and his gang, Young looks at .45-Caliber and then dies, and in a scene in The Big Steal where the gang is hiding in a basement, a member of Young's gang shoots .45-Caliber in the back, but Young kills him anyway. He appears again in the 1950 film Captain Horatio Hornblower, where he is seen again in the scene where Hornblower prepares to kill Francis and Leach. In the 1952 film The Wild One, it is seen in the background in the aftermath of the Steiger character's shootout with Butch, The US Army is looking for a wanted gangster, and one of the officers talks to someone on a radio who says he saw the gangster at the scene.