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Rating: 6 stars

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new york city epidemic infection virus

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Seen on: 11/09/2013

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The Killer That Stalked New York (1950)

Directed by Earl McEvoy

Film Noir | Drama | Crime

Most recently watched by sleestakk

Overview

Married jewel thieves struggle with infidelity, federal agents and the deadly smallpox virus.

Length 79 minutes

Actors

Jim Backus | Robert Foulk | Billy Gray | Harry Shannon | Peter Brocco | Dorothy Malone | Evelyn Keyes | Whit Bissell | Art Smith | Celia Lovsky | Beverly Washburn | Roy Roberts | Teddy Infuhr | Paul Dubov | Ray Spiker | James Pierce | Reed Hadley | Gayne Whitman | Arthur Space | Ludwig Donath | Ray Walker | Dan Riss | Charles Watts | Paul Picerni | Alex Gerry | Carl Benton Reid | Peter Virgo | Lola Albright | Connie Gilchrist | Angela Clarke | Eugene Jackson | Barry Kelley | Richard Egan | Anthony Jochim | Guy Kingsford | George Baxter | Roy Engel | James Bush | George Spaulding | John Bleifer | Charles Korvin | William Bishop | Charles Evans | Harry Raven | Helen Wallace | Carl Milletaire | Frances Morris | Walter Burke | Alvin Hammer | Tommy Ivo | Gail Bonney | Jay Barney | Don Kohler | Gary Pagett | Norman Leavitt | Mary Alan Hokanson | Everett Glass | Blackie Whiteford | Lester Sharpe | Sydney Mason | Ethan Laidlaw | George Ford | Jack Deery | Edythe Elliott | Merrill McCormick | Eumenio Blanco | Chet Brandenburg | Patricia Iannone | Pat O'Malley | Paul Keast | George Bruggeman | Russell Meeker | Chalky Williams | Cosmo Sardo | Oliver Cross | Barry Brooks | Dick Cherney | King Lockwood | Louise Kane | Warren Schannon | Timmy Hawkins

Viewing Notes

Second movie watched from the Bad Girls of Film Noir DVD set I got from the library. Def a wild premise with our femme fatale being the carrier for small pox and brings the epidemic to NYC. But it’s more like a disaster flick as the crime elements get overshadowed by how can the officials deal w/the spread of small pox. That stuff isn’t so much fun. Still an okay watch for the good bits.

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