Rebound: Season 1, Episode 15

The Witness (16 May 1952)

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An old vaudeville clown is the only man to see a jewelry heist and is in mortal danger when the robber returns to eliminate the only witness.

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Edwin Max ...
Vic Tally
Vera Marshe ...
Annie Weber
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Sgt. Krone
Robert Karnes ...
Officer Davis
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An old vaudeville clown is the only man to see a jewelry heist and is in mortal danger when the robber returns to eliminate the only witness.

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Excellent!
17 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is in a recent DVD release of film noir telltales.

An excellent little featurette... Edwin Max ("The Judge" in "Follow Me Quietly") excels as the deadpan thief who doesn't hesitate to kill. Also excellent is Vera Marshe - equally hard-bitten and deadpan - as his mistress and accomplice in crime. William Schallert - Patty Duke's TV father - also has a minor role in this.

I also enjoyed the evocative street shots of a 1952 city.

What's really great is the unexpected twist ending... they just don't write 'em like this anymore.

Film noir buffs will like this one!


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