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The Turning Point (1952) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by William Dieterle and produced by Irving Asher.

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The Turning Point

By Alyson on Jan 27, 2011 From The Best Picture Project

The world of ballet is quite a demanding profession. ?Physically, it takes years of practice, tough training, a certain amount of comfort in tights and can take a real tole on one?s feet. ?In The Turning Point, we see that the honor of touring with a ballet company can mean sacrificing many of life?... Read full article


THE TURNING POINT (1952)

By Mark on Jun 9, 2009 From Where Danger Lives

Released in the same year as Robert Wise’s The Captive City, William Dieterle’s The Turning Point covers similar territory: The corrosive effect of the rackets on the post-war American way of life. The film’s primary mission was to deglamorize the mobster, to teach audiences that a... Read full article


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