Richard Widmark, Jean Peters, Thelma Ritter, Murvyn Vye
Samuel Fuller (Screenplay), Samuel Fuller (Director), Dwight Taylor (Story)
Release: May 27th, 1953
Runtime: 1 hour, 20 minutes
In New York City, an insolent pickpocket, Skip McCoy, inadvertently sets off a chain of events when he targets ex-prostitute Candy and steals her wallet. Unaware that she has been making deliveries of highly classified information to the communists, Candy, who has been trailed by FBI agents for months in hopes of nabbing the spy ringleader, is sent by her ex-boyfriend, Joey, to find Skip and retrieve the valuable microfilm he now holds.
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Director: Samuel Fuller
Writers: Samuel Fuller (screenplay), Dwight Taylor (story)
Cast: Richard Widmark, Jean Peters, Thelma Ritter
Genre: Film Noir, Crime Melodram.
Brief Sinopsis : Richard Widmark plays a "fresh out of jail" pickpocketer, who unknowingly steals a film destined for Communist agents and therefore becomes trapped between police and Communist spy ring.