Rogue Cop Overview:

Rogue Cop (1954) was a Film Noir - Crime Film directed by Roy Rowland and produced by Nicholas Nayfack.

Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyJohn SeitzNominated

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Rogue Cop: Oh, My Word!

By shadowsandsatin on Jul 3, 2013 From Shadows and Satin

Rogue Cop (MGM, 1954) tells the story of Chris Kelvaney (Robert Taylor), a corrupt cop who turns on his mob cronies when they threaten the life of his straight-laced police officer brother, Eddie (Steve Forrest).? The story also includes mob boss Dan Beaumonte (George Raft); his alcoholic moll, Nanc... Read full article

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Det. Sgt. Christopher Kelvaney: I know who you are and what league you played in... you were Frankie Nemo's girl weren't you?
Karen Stephanson: Yes.
Det. Sgt. Christopher Kelvaney: [Sarcastically] Yass, yass... that all you have to say? Where's the cute story? Didn't he hold a mortgage on the old plantation... Wasn't he threatening the virtue of your little sister... That kind of routine? I go for cute stories.

Det. Sidney Y. Myers: Do me a favor will ya crud? When homicide questions ya get stuffed... show 'em how tough ya are: make em beat it outta ya, eh?

Karen Stephanson: When you think enough a lot of truths come home and stay with you.

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In 1958, MGM reissued this film on a double bill with King Solomon's Mines.
The first feature of Robert Ellenstein.
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