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Cry Danger

Theatrical release poster
Directed byRobert Parrish
Produced byW.R. Frank
Sam Wiesenthal
Written byStory:
Jerome Cady
Screenplay:
William Bowers
StarringDick Powell
Rhonda Fleming
CinematographyJoseph F. Biroc
StudioRKO Radio Pictures Inc.
Release date(s)February 21, 1951 (1951-02-21)
(United States)
Running time79 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Cry Danger is a 1951 film noir thriller shot in twenty-two days in Los Angeles, including the Bunker Hill section of the city. The film was directed by Robert Parrish.[1]

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Plot

Dick Powell plays bookie Rocky Mulloy, who was sentenced to life in prison for a robbery and murder that he didn't commit. He's released five years later when a witness appears and provides an alibi. Rocky then sets out to find who framed him, hoping that by uncovering the actual criminals, he'll be able to free his friend Danny Morgan, also accused of the same crime.

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Critical reception

Most reviews for the film are positive. Time Out's film review says of Cry Danger: "...it's the kind of movie in which, told to expect someone extra for dinner, delicious Fleming smiles 'OK, I'll put more water in the soup'. With excellent support players like a young, thin (for him) William Conrad and Jay Adler, this is a fast, crisp and laconic delight."[2]

The staff at Variety magazine like the film and said, "All the ingredients for a suspenseful melodrama are contained in Cry Danger...Robert Parrish, erstwhile film editor, makes a strong directorial bow.[3]

References

  1. ^ Cry Danger at the Internet Movie Database.
  2. ^ Time Out film review. Last accessed: November 27, 2009.
  3. ^ Variety. Film review, February 21, 1991. Last accessed: November 27, 2009.

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