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Dragnet (1947)

Passed  |   |  Action, Adventure, Crime  |  16 August 1947 (USA)
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Wilcoxon, a Scotland Yard inspector, travels to New York to investigate the activities of an international band of jewel thieves.

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Cast overview:
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Frank Farrington
Virginia Dale ...
Irene Trilling
Robert Kent ...
Police Lt. Ricco (as Douglas Blackley)
Tom Fadden ...
Amos Wright
Don C. Harvey ...
Police Sgt. Blake (as Don Harvey)
Maxine Semon ...
Molly
Ralph Dunn ...
Police Sgt. Martin
Bert Conway ...
Police Officer
Douglas Evans ...
Radio Announcer
Paul Newlan ...
Henchman
Allan Nixon ...
Gang Member
Edward Earle ...
District Attorney
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Scotland Yard Inspector Geoffrey James (Henry Wilcoxon) comes to the United States looking for a band of international gem-thieves who have smuggled a rich load of jewels from England to America via a trans-ocean airline. Mary Hogan (Mary Brian), an airline hostess, aids him in his quest. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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BLONDE...BEAUTIFUL...DANGEROUS...She Double Crossed the one man who could save her!


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16 August 1947 (USA)  »

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Achtung, Küstenpolizei  »

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