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The Missing Juror (1944)

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Complete credited cast:
Jim Bannon ...
Joe Keats
Janis Carter ...
Alice Hill
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Harry Wharton / Jerome K. Bentley
Jean Stevens ...
Tex Tuttle
Joseph Crehan ...
Willard Apple aka Falstaff
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16 November 1944 (USA)  »

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The Missing Juror  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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Harry Wharton: Now you know why I ordered everything in twelves. Call it what you will - obsession, insanity, murder complex.
Alice Hill: Do you believe that by destroying others you can bring ease to your own mind?
Harry Wharton: I must try. I can't go on this living death. I must find myself.
Alice Hill: Over the bodies of your innocent victims?
Harry Wharton: Innocent? Was it innocent to send me to the death house? Have you any conception what it's like inside those cold walls? Waiting, eternally waiting. To fall asleep and awaken night after night with that ...
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Over-Looked Film Noir
15 September 2002 | by (samspade) – See all my reviews

This film, rarely seen on TV, is one of the great over-looked film noirs of the 1940's. Similar in tone to such noirs as the "Stranger On The Third Floor", the movie plays out as a noir-twist on the film "And Then There Was None" with George Macready at his nasty best.


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