USA | 1948 | 86 min | NR

Robert Young, Robert Mitchum and Robert Ryan star in this noir classic, the first Hollywood film to confront anti-Semitism. When a police detective and an army sergeant investigate the murder of a Jewish man, their search leads to a soldier whose strong feelings of anti-Semitism became violent during a night of drinking.


Based on the novel The Brick Foxhole by Richard Brooks. Nominated for Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, the then-controversial subject led to director Edward Dmytryk being called before the House Un-American Activities Committee as one of the Hollywood Ten.


Director: Edward Dmytryk
Cast: Robert Young, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan


Presented on 16mm.


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