They Made Me A Fugitive (Blu-ray)

Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti

Release Year: 1947
Running Time: 100
UPC: 7 38329 10082 7
Color Type: B&W
Country: U.K.
Language: English [audio]
Genres: Film Noir
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Cast
Sally Gray
Narcy Griffith Jones
Peter Bull
Rene Ray
Mary Marrall
Clem Trevor Howard

Crew
Cinematographer Otto Heller
Writers Jackson Budd (Novel) and Noel Langley (Screenplay)
Produced by N.A. Bronsten
Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti
Composed by Marius-François Gaillard

Director Alberto Cavalcanti (When the Day Went Well?) turns his sights on the London underworld in the engrossing Brit-Noir gangland drama THEY MADE ME A FUGITIVE.

Set in unsettled post-WWII England where crime is on the upsurge, FUGITIVE is a suspenseful thriller which uses the picturesque Soho district to brilliant effect. The London pubs, alleys, and back bedrooms are transformed into brooding images of poetic urban realism. Trevor Howard (Brief Encounter, The Third Man) gives one of his greatest performances as Clem, an ex-serviceman who is fed up after the war and drawn to the excitement of black-marketeering. His psychopathic gang boss, Narcy (Griffith Jones), betrays him when he refuses to deal drugs, and the story becomes a breathtaking tale of revenge.


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"Strikingly photographed. No holds barred...packs a real punch." - Leonard Maltin

"Dynamic crime drama brilliantly and broadly realized." - The International Herald Tribune

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