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Crime of the Century (1946)

Ex-convict Hank Rogers is searching for his brother Jim, a newspaperman, and becomes involved with a group of people trying to conceal the death of the president of a large corporation so ... See full summary »

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Michael Browne ...
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Paul
Betty Shaw ...
Margaret Waldham
Paul Stanton ...
Andrew Madison
Mary Currier ...
Agatha Waldham
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Dr. Jackson
Ray Walker ...
Jim Rogers
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Joe, Bartender
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Eddie
Garry Owen ...
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Charles Cane ...
Ed Harris
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Police Lieutenant (as Charles Wilson)
Frances Morris ...
Nurse
Fred Howard ...
Richard Waldham (as Frederick Howard)
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Ex-convict Hank Rogers is searching for his brother Jim, a newspaperman, and becomes involved with a group of people trying to conceal the death of the president of a large corporation so they can profit financially. With the aid of the dead man's daughter, Audrey Brandon, Hank exposes the crooks. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Crime | Drama

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28 February 1946 (USA)  »

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Shadows of Sing Sing  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Routine, just routine

As usual, Long Horn has already told the storyline just above. I watched it and forgot nearly the film as soon as it was finished. So I don't wait for commenting it. It is rare, OK, but also flat, boring, talkative, unlike most of Republic Pictures movies, where there are many action sequences. The topic presents no real imaginative ideas. Nothing special, but a acceptable time waster for those like me in search of rare items.

Philip Ford was a prolific film maker for Republic, as was George Blair and many other directors such likes of RG Springsteen for these tiny budget movies.

I'll continue looking for them, as I do since twenty five years now.


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