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Ivan D'souza over 5 years ago
I enjoyed the movie and then I read Roger Ebert's review and enjoyed that too...
Austin over 5 years ago
Unbelievable...
Steve Dronzewski almost 2 years ago
Kevin Nijland almost 2 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Rosalio Galvan over 3 years ago
Matt Rhoades over 3 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 4 years ago
Michael Morris over 5 years ago
Commons 6 years ago
Josef Aiston over 6 years ago
The Big Heat is a 1953 film noir directed by Fritz Lang, starring Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, and Lee Marvin. It is about a cop who takes on the crime syndicate that controls his city after the brutal murder of his beloved wife. The film was written by former crime reporter Sydney Boehm based on a serial by William P. McGivern which appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, and was published as a novel in 1952. Homicide detective Sergeant Dave Bannion (Glenn Ford) is an honest cop who investigates the death of fellow officer Tom Duncan. It would seem to be an open-and-shut case, suicide brought on by ill health. Bannion, however, is contacted by the late cop's mistress, Lucy Chapman (Dorothy Green), who claims it could not have been suicide. From her, Bannion learns that the Duncans had a second home which would not have been possible on his salary. Bannion visits Mrs. Duncan (Jeanette Nolan). He asks for particulars on the second home and she resents the implication. The next day...
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