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The Big Heat


Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Jocelyn Brando, Alexander Scourby View All


Fritz Lang (Director), Sydney Boehm (Screenplay) View All

Release: Oct. 14th, 1953
Runtime: 1 hour, 29 minutes
Tough cop Dave Bannion takes on a politically powerful crime syndicate.
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Director Fritz Lang pulled out all the film making stops and gave us one finely honed film noir, with richly defined characters and an interwoven plot that makes The Big Heat one of the must see film noirs.
As things progressively get worse and more personal, he loses touch with his calm demeanour and starts to become Marvin plays his usual salty self, becoming notorious for his thuggish inflicting of pain and disfigurement on any woman who irks him; this extends to Grahame as his long-suffering girlf....
The film stars Glenn Ford as a police detective named Dave Bannion who is assigned the case when a fellow police officer commits suicide.


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