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Cry Danger (1951) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Robert Parrish and produced by W.R. Frank and Sam Wiesenthal.

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Day 11 of Noirvember: Cry Danger (1951)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 11, 2017 From Shadows and Satin

These three. In this film, Dick Powell stars as Rocky Mulloy (how?s that for a noirish name?) who, at the start of the action, has just being released from prison after serving five years of a life sentence for a murder/robbery that he did not commit. He?s got just one thing on his mind ? securing t... Read full article


Cry Danger (1951)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 7, 2015 From 4 Star Films

Here is yet another noir gem which would never get made today, much less in a mere 22 days! This directorial debut of Robert Parrish is boosted by an often witty script from William Bowers. Rocky Mulloy (Dick Powell) is fresh out of prison after a former marine (Richard Erdman) testifies on his beha... Read full article


Cry Danger (1951)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 7, 2015 From 4 Star Films

Here is yet another noir gem which would never get made today, much less in a mere 22 days! This directorial debut of Robert Parrish is boosted by an often witty script from William Bowers. Rocky Mulloy (Dick Powell) is fresh out of prison after a former marine (Richard Erdman) testifies on his beha... Read full article


Cry Danger (1951)

By Beatrice on Jul 16, 2014 From Flickers in Time

Cry Danger Directed by Robert Parrish Written by William Bowers and Jerome Cady 1951/USA Olympic Productions Inc./Wiesenthal-Frank Productions First viewing/Amazon Prime Instant Video Delong: Listen, doll girl, when you drink as much as I do, you gotta start early. This is an OK revenge noir. Rock... Read full article


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Williams, Trailer Park Manager: [as Mulloy exits the trailer park shower] Did you turn off the shower?
Rocky Mulloy: [Deadpanned] I couldn't even turn it on.


Delong: Well, the place looks lived in.
Rocky Mulloy: Yeah, but by what?


Newsie: [Seeing Mulloy's picture on Page One of the paper] Nice picture, isn't it?
Rocky Mulloy: Add five years to it, and it'd look just like me.


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In an interview with Tom Weaver, Jean Porter said the film was "directed by Dick Powell, and he wasn't given director credit. Dick gave Robert Parrish the director's credit, but Dick did all the directing."
'Richard Erdman''s car is a unibody 2-door 1950 Nash Statesman 600 (which features the oddball 1-year only "uniscope" instrument pod).
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