A gold robber tries to reform in the middle of a big heist in The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953) starring Randolph Scott.
Narrating again, under-cover man Matt Cvetic (Frank Lovejoy) let's us know what the Reds (James Millican, Konstantin Shayne) are really up to, with racial insults, in I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951.
Mob lawyer Joe Morse (John Garfield), narrating, enters the secret bookie operation run by his brother Leo (Thomas Gomez), whom he hasn't seen in years, in Abraham Polonsky's Force Of Evil, 1948.
Taking yet another insult resulting from his cover story, G-man Matt Cvetic (Frank Lovejoy) has a most explicit crisis of conscience, in I Was A Communist For The FBI, 1951.
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A dozen top stars (including Charles Laughton, Marilyn Monroe and Anne Baxter) and five famed directors (including Howard Hawks and Henry Koster) join forces to present filmed versions of the best stories of O. Henry, all narrated by John Steinbeck.
Danny Kaye stars as ventriloquist Jerry Morgan. While traveling to Zurich, a spy ring hides secret plans in his dummies' heads. When a second spy ring learns of the plans, they descend upon the ventriloquist, causing city-wide pandemonium.
Discovering that a ventriloquist is travelling to Zurich, a spy ring hides secret plans in his dummies' heads. When a second spy ring learns of the plans, they descend upon the ventriloquist, causing city-wide pandemonium. In HD.
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