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The Capture is a 1950 drama film starring Lew Ayres and Teresa Wright. The story deals with an ex-oil worker driven by guilt at causing the death of an innocent man to find out the truth about a robbery. Lin Vanner (Lew Ayres), is manager of an oil company. The payroll has been stolen in a hold-up. His fiancée urges him to pursue the suspect in hope that he will gain recognition. Deducing the road the robber may have taken over the border with Mexico, he goes along to intercept him. He shoots a man who shouts back at him and does not raise his hands when challenged by Lin. Too late Lin learns that the man could not raise one arm because it was injured and this was the reason for his shouting rather than complying with the demand he raise his hands; he was not guilty of the robbery. Troubled at his action and abandoned by his fiancée, Lin takes it on himself to tell the dead man's wife , Ellen (Teresa Wright) - but on arrival he is mistaken for an applicant for a helper to keep the...
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