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Crossfire

USA, English, 86 mins

  • Director: Edward Dmytryk
  • Writer: John Paxton; Richard Brooks
  • Producer: Adrian Scott

CGiii Comment

Similar in tone to Boomerang - with all the same nuances and nudges - in other words, formulaic...rather boring and static.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Homicide Capt. Finlay finds evidence that one or more of a group of demobilized soldiers is involved in the death of Joseph Samuels. In flashbacks, we see the night's events from different viewpoints as Sergeant Keeley investigates on his own, trying to clear his friend Mitchell, to whom circumstantial evidence points. Then the real, ugly motive for the killing begins to dawn on both Finlay and Keeley...

Cast & Characters

Robert Young as Finlay;
Robert Mitchum as Keeley;
Robert Ryan as Montgomery;
Gloria Grahame as Ginny;
Paul Kelly as The Man;
Sam Levene as Samuels;
Jacqueline White as Mary Mitchell;
Steve Brodie as Floyd;
George Cooper as Mitchell;
Richard Benedict as Bill;
Tom Keene as Detective;
William Phipps as Leroy;
Lex Barker as Harry;
Marlo Dwyer as Miss Lewis;
Robert Bray as MP

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