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Better than I expected. Immigration agents from both sides of the border infiltrating a rather ruthless human smuggling ring. Ricardo Montalban and Howard Da Silva turn in the best performances. A couple of gruesome deaths by 1940s standards.
Fair film noir entry by Anthony Mann. The plot is a rather simple and the dialogue unspectacular, but John Ireland turns in a wonderfully villainous performance. The climax is marred by goofy and unnecessary music score.
It starts off OK but deteriorates into a screwball comedy. Very lightweight.
One of Anthony Mann's more stylish film noir entries. Raymond Burr's screen presence as a villain is always amazing. Add to that some long shadows and swinging overhead lamps and you can add anything else you like. Not as hard-hitting as "Raw Deal" but it's in the same ballpark.
Somewhat interesting but predictable early Anthony Mann film noir. Odd combination of 1940s noir cinematography juxtaposed against some 1930s-style full body stage shots and music score, almost as though it was produced during two different decades.