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Crime, Inc.

1945

Tom Neal, Lionel Atwill, and Leo Carrillo in a PRC film.


Crime, Inc. is a 1945 black-and-white American crime thriller film directed by Lew Landers and released by Producers Releasing Corporation.

Plot summary


The film, based on a story by former crime reporter Martin Mooney, is about a newspaper journalist who faces prison time because he uses to name his sources. To complicate matters more, the reporter falls in love with the sister of one of the racketeers he's trying to take down.

Cast

  • Leo Carrillo as Anthony Charles "Tony" Marlow
  • Tom Neal as Jim Riley
  • Martha Tilton as Betty Van Cleve, aka Betty Egan
  • Lionel Atwill as Pat Coyle
  • Grant Mitchell (actor) as Wayne Clark
  • Sheldon Leonard as Capt. Ferrone
  • Harry Shannon (actor) as Police Commissioner Collins
  • Danny Morton (actor) as Bugs Kelley aka Mike Egan
  • Virginia Vale as Trixie Waters
  • Don Beddoe as Deputy District Attorney Dixon
  • George Meeker as Barry North
  • Rod Rogers as Henchman Val Lucas
  • Ed Cronley as Sgt. Hayes
  • Jack Gordon (actor) as Jud Stecker
  • Monk Friedman as Convict

Soundtrack

  • Martha Tilton - "I'm Guilty" (Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans)
  • Martha Tilton - "Lonely Little Camera Girl" (Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans)
  • Martha Tilton - "What a Fool I Was" (Written by Marla Shelton and Nacio Porter Brown as Nacio Porter Brown Jr.)
  • "That's It" (Written by Marla Shelton and Nacio Porter Brown as Nacio Porter Brown Jr.)



Category:1945 films
Category:American films
Category:American crime drama films
Category:1940s crime drama films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Films directed by Lew Landers
Category:Producers Releasing Corporation films
Category:American crime thriller films

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