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Crossfire (1947)

aka Crossfire

"Sensational? No, it's dynamite!"

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Details: 86 mins · English


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Small Finlay
Small Keeley
Small Montgomery
Small Ginny
Small The Man
Small Samuels
Small Mary Mitchell
Small Floyd
No_movie_poster Mitchell
Small Bill
Small Detective (as Richard Powers)
No_movie_poster Leroy
Small Harry
No_movie_poster Miss Lewis


Small Richard Brooks Novel
No_movie_poster Harry W. Gerstad Editor
No_movie_poster Roy Webb Original Music Composer
No_movie_poster Adrian Scott Producer
Small Edward Dmytryk Director
No_movie_poster J. Roy Hunt Director of Photography
No_movie_poster John Paxton Screenplay
No_movie_poster Dore Schary Production
Small Richard Brooks Story Contributor


"Sensational? No, it's dynamite!"


After he's called in to investigate the brutal killing of Joseph Samuels (Sam Levene), who was found dead at his home, police investigator Finlay (Robert Young) discovers there may be a murderer among a group of demobilized soldiers, who had been seen with Samuels and his female friend at a hotel bar that night.

Meanwhile, Sergeant Keeley (Robert Mitchum), concerned that his friend Mitch (George Cooper) may be the prime suspect, decides to investigate the murder to clear his friend's name. To both investigators, each suspected soldier relays their version of that night through a flashback. The first to step up is Montgomery (Robert Ryan) and the rest are Floyd (Steve Brodie), Mitch, and a possible witness Ginny (Gloria Grahame).

As Finlay and Keeley slowly piece together the fragments of that night, they realize there is one possible motive that may have driven the killer to beat an innocent to death, which prompts Finlay to set up a trap to expose the killer.

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