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Thumbnail for T-Men (1947) T-Men (1947)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 77
Category: Crime, Drama, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: Film noirSub-Category: Film noir, Black-and-white, Thriller, Crime Fiction, Crime Thriller, Detective fiction, Gangster Film, DramaNarrative location: Los AngelesRuntime: 92 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Anthony MannScreenwriter: John C. HigginsMusic: Paul SawtellCinematography: John AltonStars: Dennis O'Keefe, Mary Meade, Alfred Ryder, June Lockhart, Wallace Ford, Jane Randolph, Charles McGraw, Art Smith, Jim Bannon, Herbert Heyes, John Wengraf, William Malten, Jack OvermanProducer: Aubrey SchenckStudio: Edward Small ProductionsAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Sound MixingAward details: (details at IMDb)
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T-Men is a 1947 semidocumentary style film noir by director Anthony Mann and shot in black-and-white by noted noir cameraman John Alton. The production features Dennis O'Keefe, Mary Meade, Alfred Ryder, Wallace Ford, June Lockhart and Charles McGraw. A year later, director Mann used the film's male lead, Dennis O'Keefe, in Raw Deal. The B movie is featured in the 1992 documentary, Visions Of Light: The Art Of Cinematography for its use of lighting and in the discussion about film noir.


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