Dial 1119 (The Violent Hour) (1950)

Dial 1119 (The Violent Hour) (1950)





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Louis B. Mayer's nephew Gerald proved himself an able director with the MGM "B" thriller Dial 1119. Marshall Thompson stars as an emotionally disturbed young man who pulls out a gun at a bar and holds the patrons hostage. As the police gather outside, the film concentrates on the various bar customers, each of whom has his or her own deep-rooted problems. Thompson is on the verge of killing everyone around him when a telephoned ruse breaks the crisis. A raw-nerved 75 minutes' worth of entertainment, Dial 1119 was a personal favorite of actress Virginia Field, who played one of the hostages.
Classics , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Marshall Thompson
as Gunther Wyckoff
Andrea King
as Helen
Sam Levene
as Dr. John D. Faron
Leon Ames
as Earl
Richard Rober
as Capt. Henry Keiver
James Bell
as Harrison D. Barnes
William Conrad
as Chuckles
Richard Simmons
as TV Announcer
Hal Baylor
as Lt. `Whitey' Tallman
Dick Simmons
as TV Announcer
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