Passed | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The editor of an exploitation newspaper commits a murder and assigns his protégé to investigate hoping to divert attention away from himself.
Dennis O'Keefe and Orson Welles were announced as stars.
They say in new england, you seldom forget a face.
The door in Broderick Crawford's office apparently has no glass in its window. (This was presumably to prevent reflections from lights or equipment.)
Opening credits are shown on the page of a newspaper. Although the credits change, the surrounding text remains the same, from start to finish.