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T-Men (1947) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Anthony Mann and produced by Aubrey Schenck.

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T-Men (1947)

By Carol Martinheira on Apr 7, 2017 From The Old Hollywood Garden

T-Men (1947) On April 7, 2017April 7, 2017 By CarolIn Uncategorized The relentless cat-and-mouse game that is T-Men (1947) proves that, in film noir, you can?t take anything for granted. The titular T-Men are Dennis O?Brien (Dennis O?Keefe) and Tony Genaro (Alfred Ryd... Read full article


T-MEN

By Theresa Brown on May 24, 2015 From CineMaven's Essays from the Couch

?Did you ever spend ten nights in a Turkish bath looking for a man?? Why if I had a dime…. I thoroughly enjoyed ?T-MEN.? And I’ve made a discovery. I think I might be becoming hooked on the procedural docu-drama. I’m pondering why I have this new-found interest in that genre. Perh... Read full article


T-Men (1947)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 14, 2014 From 4 Star Films

T-Men looks like it could be a dated 1940s procedural right out of a stuffy newsreel. It’s complete with an omniscient narrator overlaying everything. He gives us all the juicy bits without relaying all the superfluous details because, after all, this is a composite case. Also, a lot of effort... Read full article


T-Men (1947)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 14, 2014 From 4 Star Films

T-Men looks like it could be a dated 1940s procedural right out of a stuffy newsreel. It’s complete with an omniscient narrator overlaying everything. He gives us all the juicy bits without relaying all the superfluous details because, after all, this is a composite case. Also, a lot of effort... Read full article


Build Your Own Blogathon: T-Men (1947)

By Caftan Woman on Aug 13, 2014 From Caftan Woman

The Build Your Own Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film and TV Cafe is successfully underway. Today's post links to Paul's (Lasso the Movies) through Wallace Ford, the actor who philosophically reminded us what stinkers normal human beings can be in Harvey. Wallace Ford, the subject of one of my e... Read full article


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Dennis O'Brien: Did you ever spend ten nights in a Turkish bath looking for a man? Don't.


Dennis O'Brien: Look, I've been thinking this over. I don't go for that killing a T-Man. I don't like this set up and I don't want any part of it.
Moxie: What's the matter, you getting the wim-wams?


The Schemer: How did you find me?
Dennis O'Brien: I could smell you.


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The ship in the final sequence is referred to as the Higgins. John C. Higgins is the film's screenwriter.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onFebruary 23, 1948 with Dennis O'Keefe reprising his film role.
Reed Hadley is often mistaken for the narrator of this film, but the actual narrator is sound-alike Gayne Whitman.
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