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Murder Without Tears (1953)

Approved | | Action, Thriller | 14 June 1953 (USA)
A husband hires a killer to murder his wife, then arranges for it to look like he committed the crime. At his trial, he presents irrefutable evidence that he could not have committed the ... See full summary »

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Detective Sergeant Steve O'Malley
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Joyce Fitzgerald
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Joe 'Candy Markwell' Martola
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Warren Richards (as Eddie Norris)
Clair Regis ...
Lilly Richards
Tom Hubbard ...
Det. Pete Morgan
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Jim, the Bartender
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Dan, the District Attorney
Murray Pollack ...
Powers (as Paul Murray)
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Miss Watkins
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Defense Attorney Parker
Hal Gerard ...
Dr. Saul Polito
Burt Wenland ...
The Taxi Driver
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Gregg Sanders ...
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A husband hires a killer to murder his wife, then arranges for it to look like he committed the crime. At his trial, he presents irrefutable evidence that he could not have committed the crime - which, of course, he didn't - and is acquitted, thereby assuring that he can't be tried again for the murder. A police detective, however, is convinced that the man was responsible for the wife's murder, and sets out to prove it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Action | Thriller

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