Tag Archives: Broderick Crawford
Born Yesterday (1950) George Cukor, Judy Holliday, William Holden, Broderick Crawford, Comedy, Drama, Romance
Big House, U.S.A. (1955) Howard W. Koch, Broderick Crawford, Ralph Meeker, Reed Hadley, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller
Night Unto Night (1949) Don Siegel, Ronald Reagan, Viveca Lindfors, Broderick Crawford, Drama, Romance
The Black Cat (1941) Albert S. Rogell, Basil Rathbone, Hugh Herbert, Broderick Crawford, Comedy, Horror, Mystery
Human Desire (1954) Fritz Lang, Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Broderick Crawford, Drama, Film-Noir, Romance
Night People (1954) Nunnally Johnson, Gregory Peck, Broderick Crawford, Anita Björk, Adventure, Crime, Mystery
Post WWII yarn about a young GI abducted by the Soviets in West Berlin and hauled off to the East. His recovery gets complicated as Colonel Steve Van Dyke (Peck) tries to sort out the usefulness of informants, spies, bureaucrats, and the abductee’s influential father (Crawford)!
Convicted (1950) Henry Levin, Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford, Millard Mitchell, Action, Crime, Drama
A D.A. becomes the prison warden where he tries to help an inmate he prosecuted, because he believes his sentence was excessive.
Bad Men of Tombstone (1949) Kurt Neumann, Barry Sullivan, Marjorie Reynolds, Broderick Crawford, Western
During the gold-rush days, Tom Horn is jailed for an assay office holdup at Gold City, after he loses his money and horse to cardsharp Blackie. Tom escapes with cell-mate Morgan, when the latter’s men, Mingo, Red and Curly, rescue him from the jail. Mingo, and most of the gang, dislike Tom and they have lean times until Tom, using Morgan’s gun, robs the Blue Goose Mining Company, where Julie works. The gang hides out in a ghost town from where they rob a train, and Tom saves Morgan’s life. Tom and Julie become sweethearts, and he promises her wealth and a trip to San Francisco. But the gang begins to unravel.