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The Man with My Face is a 1951 American United Artists film noir crime/thriller motion picture starring Barry Nelson, Carole Mathews, Lynn Ainley, John Harvey, Jim Boles, and Jack Warden. The film marks Jack Warden's movie debut. Directed by Edward Montagne, and produced by Ed Gardner for his company, Edward F. Gardner Productions, the script was by Vin Bogert, Tom McGowan, Edward Montagne and Samuel W. Taylor, based on Taylor's 1948 novel The Man with My Face. Original music was by Robert McBride. Cinematography was by Fred Jackman, Jr. Though the movie takes place in Puerto Rico, the original novel is set in California. However, The Man with My Face holds the distinction of being the only film noir shot on location in that country. Set in Puerto Rico, where Charles "Chick" Graham (played by Nelson) settled down after the war to run a small business with his old Army buddy, now his brother-in-law, Buster Cox (played by Harvey), Graham comes home one evening to find his wife, Cora ...
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