Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay
Fritz Lang (Director), Dudley Nichols (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 25th, 1945
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
Cashier and part-time starving artist Christopher Cross is absolutely smitten with the beautiful Kitty March. Kitty plays along, but she's really only interested in Johnny, a two-bit crook. When Kitty and Dan find out that art dealers are interested in Chris' work, they con him into letting Kitty take credit for the paintings. Cross allows it because he is in love with Kitty, but his love will only let her get away with so much.
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Does anyone want to see this as a live action movie (assuming there isnt one), in my opinion it was the best puppet show out of Stingray and Thunderbirds. Now theres a Thunderbirds movie (as poor as ...
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The way Chris (Robinson) finally ends up is fitting as it fits the way he lived his life.