The Street with No Name (1948)
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The Street with No Name is a 1948 black-and-white film noir. The movie, a follow-up to The House on 92nd Street, tells the story of an undercover FBI agent, Gene Cordell, who infiltrates a deadly crime gang. Cordell's superior, FBI Inspector George A. Briggs, also appears in The House on 92nd Street. The movie, shot in a semidocumentary style, takes place in the Skid Row section of fictional "Central City."