Detective Story movie trailer - starring Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker, Lee Grant, William Bendix, Bert Freed. Directed by William Wyler. Theatrical Release Date: 11/1/1951
Rating: Not Rated
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Hard-headed New York detective McLeod (Kirk Douglas) just leaving when accused baby-selling doctor Schneider (George MacReady) arrives, with lawyer Sims (Warner Anderson) in tow, Lieutenant Monahan (Horace McMahon), making sure the case is solid, in William Wyler's Detective Story, 1951.
Desk officer (Frank Faylen) with out-of-towner (Harper Goff) when lawyer Sims (Warner Anderson) shows up to confront Monahan (Horace McMahon), who's already scolding detective McLeod (Kirk Douglas) for beating up the client/suspect, in William Wyler's Detective Story, 1951.
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First scene for leading man and lady, Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker, as Det. McLeod and wife Mary, who intercepts him on the way to book embezzler Arthur (Craig Hill), early in William Wyler's Detective Story, 1951, from the play by Sidney Kingsley.
Bert Freed as workaday detective Dakis and Lee Grant the shoplifter, in her Academy Award-nominated performance in the role she also played on Broadway, opening William Wyler's film from the Sidney Kingsley play, Detective Story, 1951, starring Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker.
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