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Dangerous Partners (1945)
Topic Started: Jul 27 2017, 08:16 AM (83 Views)
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Dangerous Partners (1945) - 79 mins
Starring James Craig, Signe Hasso, Edmund Gwenn, Audrey Totter, Mabel Paige, John Warburton, Warner Anderson & Stephen McNally
Directed by Edward L. Cahn
Married con artists, Carola & Clyde Ballister (Signe Hasso & John Warburton) manage to survive a plane crash. While the co-pilot (Stephen McNally in an early role) heads off for help, the Ballisters are drawn irresistibly to a steel brief case attached by a chain to the wrist of a mysterious little gent named Albert Richard Kingby (Edmund Gwenn), lying unconscious beside a downed aircraft plane. With the case containing four wills leaving $1 million bequests, the couple abscond with the contents and visit the Cleveland home of the first beneficiary: Miles Kempen (Warner Anderson). When Kempen dies mysteriously, the hapless pair then hop aboard a train, setting off to see Professor Ludlow (Felix Bressart), the next beneficiary. In hot pursuit is Kempen's lawyer, Jeff Caighn (James Craig) as well as Kingby - the latter being apparently part of a neo-Nazi group assisting war criminals.

This complex, unpredictable MGM thriller constantly forces the viewer to reevaluate characters and situations. Hitchcockian in nature, it's tour de force for James Craig & Signe Hasso.

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Sounds like a good one, Hat Head, is it commercially available?

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Ah, well.

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