Starring: Orson Welles, Edward G Robinson, Loretta Young
Director: Orson Welles
Orson Welles is the handsome stranger in small town Connecticut when his past starts to catch up with him. As he marries the daughter of a judge (Loretta Young), a War Crimes Commission man (Edward G Robinson) is closing in on him for his time as a Nazi mastermind….
One of Welles lesser known films, it’s a dark film noir that’s just right on the drama and ripe for rediscovery. Watch my review above for more.
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Great movie, with Welles and Edward G squaring off and Loretta Young wondering what has happened to the man she loves.