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Trapped (1949)

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U.S. Treasury Department agents go after a ring of counterfeiters.

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Tris Stewart
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Meg Dixon
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John Downey
James Todd ...
Jack Sylvester
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U.S. Treasury Department agents go after a ring of counterfeiters.

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When a Killer Dreams of Millions... and a girl to spend them on!


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1 October 1949 (USA)  »

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In the first scene at the hotel, the telephone rings to the tune of "Pennsylvania 6-5000", with Fejos (Michael Richards) answering the line as "Transylvania 6-5-0-0-0" to the beat of the tune. See more »

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Spare, Rough Eagle-Lion Noir
22 January 2008 | by (NY, NY) – See all my reviews

This is a fine, dark, nasty little movie. It's very well directed by Richard Fleischer. It takes place in a scary night town version of San Francisco.

Lloyd Bridges plays a character with the unusual first name Tris. Short for Tristan, I suppose. Real-life bad-girl Barbara Payton is no Isolde. Payton is good as his romantic interest, though.

The film begins with a scene in which someone is discovered to have counterfeit money. Bridges is in prison but is tapped by the Feds to help break up the counterfeiting ring. And it takes off from there.

There are double-crosses, confused identities. The supporting cast is excellent. Crime may not pay but we have some pretty interesting criminals in this story.


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