The Gentleman from Nowhere (1948)

  |  Crime, Drama, Thriller

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Security guard, wounded in a robbery of furs, arouses the suspicions of an insurance investigator.


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18 November 2020 | happytrigger-64-390517
| mystery William Castle with a tense script by...
This complex script based on impersonation is written by Edward Anhalt, a twice Oscar winner for original stories ("Panic in the streets" and "the Sniper"), was also nominated twice again, and also wrote the scripts of "the Boston stranger" and "Jeremiah Johnson". In this short William Castle mystery movie, there are a considerable number of events that go crescendo from a simple heist to a major scientific project. This movie is nervously directed by William Castle who found pleasure in directing insurance characters with their usual big mouth speaking. There are some good expressionist night scenes. Very entertaining.


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Crime | Drama | Thriller


Release Date:

9 September 1948



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