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Basics Critics:62Viewers:62Rusty:76
Category: Crime, Drama, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: Film noirSub-Category: Film noir, Black-and-white, Thriller, Crime Fiction, Crime Thriller, Gangster Film, DramaMain subject: organized crimeRuntime: 91 minutesColor: black-and-whiteLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: William KeighleyScreenwriter: Harry KleinerMusic: Lionel NewmanCinematography: Joseph MacDonaldStars: Mark Stevens, Richard Widmark, Lloyd Nolan, John McIntire, Barbara Lawrence, Joseph Pevney, Ed Begley, Howard Smith, Walter Greaza, Donald BukaProducer: 20th Century FoxStudio: 20th Century FoxAward details: (details at IMDb)

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."

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