When a Jewish man is murdered, a homicide detective suspects a hate crime in Crossfire (1947) starring Robert Ryan in one of his best performances.
Narration by Mitchell (George Cooper) resumes after his encounter with discouraged taxi-dancer Ginny (Gloria Grahame) in Edward Dmytryk's military murder mystery Crossfire, 1947.
Mary (Jacqueline White) and Cop Finlay (Robert Young), looking for her missing husband, drop in on taxi-dancer Ginny (Gloria Grahame) in Edward Dmytryk's Crossfire, 1947.
Cop Finlay (Robert Young) is grilling Sergeant Montgomery (Robert Ryan) about the murder with support from Sergeant Keeley (Robert Mitchum) in Edward Dmytryk's Crossfire, 1947.
Soldiers Keeley (Robert Mitchum) and Williams (Richard Benedict) visit nervous suspect Floyd (Steve Brodie) who's hiding the hateful Monty (Robert Ryan) in Edward Dmytryk's twisted murder mystery Crossfire, 1947.
Dark and dramatic opening to Edward Dmytryk's Crossfire, 1947, starring Robert Young, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan and Gloria Grahame, from a novel by Richard Brooks.
Principals of the Sierra Mining Company (Charles K. French, Nick Cogley, Jules Cowles, Thomas Brower, Lafe McKee) introduce themselves, opening the RKO/Tom Keene Western programmer Cross Fire, 1933.
First scene for hero Tom Keene (as mine manager 'Tom Allen'), demonstrating his trust in aide Bert (Edward Phillips), who maybe doesn't deserve it, in the Merian C. Cooper B-Western Cross Fire, 1933.
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