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Stolen Identity (1953)

 -  Drama | Film-Noir  -  1953 (USA)
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A jealous concert pianist murders his wife's lover, then frames an innocent taxi driver for the crime.


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Credited cast:
Donald Buka ...
Toni Sponer
Joan Camden ...
Karen Manelli
Claude Manelli
Adrienne Gessner ...
Mrs. Fraser
Inge Konradi ...
Gisela Wilke ...
Old Doll
Hermann Erhardt ...
Egon von Jordan ...
Kruger (as E. von Jordan)
Manfred Inger ...
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A jealous concert pianist murders his wife's lover, then frames an innocent taxi driver for the crime.

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SUSPENSE REACHES TERRIFYING TENSION (original print ad - all caps) See more »


Drama | Film-Noir






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1953 (USA)  »

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Fallet Mortimer  »

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If You wondered what Turhan Bey was doing in the 1950s ....
11 May 2007 | by (NY, NY) – See all my reviews

For one thing, he produced this movie. It has the feel of later movies with international casts that are dubbed. The opening credits tell us it was filmed in Vienna.

Bey was a delight in the Universal adventure movies of the 1940s. He was also superb in a movie I saw maybe ten years ago but have never heard of since: "The Amazing Mr. X." Maybe it was Dr. X. I remember it as a thrilling and frightening movie.

This one is pretty wooden, unfortunately. The plot isn't easy to follow. When I got the hang of it, I was disappointed anyway.

Francis Lederer looks great as a concert pianist. He was a very handsome leading man ten or 15 years earlier. He never really caught on as a major star, though he should have.

This isn't terrible but it's pretty heavy going.

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