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He Walked By Night (24-Nov-1948)

Director: Alfred L. Werker

Writers: Harry Essex; John C. Higgins; Crane Wilbur

Keywords: Thriller, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Basehart
Actor
31-Aug-1914 17-Sep-1984 La Strada
Whit Bissell
Actor
25-Oct-1909 5-Mar-1996 The Time Tunnel
Scott Brady
Actor
13-Sep-1924 16-Apr-1985 Dancin' Kid in Johnny Guitar
Jack Webb
Actor
2-Apr-1920 23-Dec-1982 Joe Friday in Dragnet

CAST

Richard Basehart   ...   Roy Martin
Scott Brady   ...   Sgt. Marty Brennan
Roy Roberts   ...   Captain Breen
Whit Bissell   ...   Paul Reeves
Jimmy Cardwell   ...   Sgt. Chuck Jones
Jack Webb   ...   Lee

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 6-Jan-2007)

This movie has an indelible impression on my memory. The night my oldest son was born in 1957, I was watching this movie in the maternity waiting room. It has all the aspects of a real Thriller movie. Richard Baseheart's character was a homicidal killer who killed for pleasure. He would randomly kill his victim, then escape by rolling into the storm sewer system of Los Angeles. In one scene he is shot in the shoulder, and removes the bullet by performing surgery on himself. This was also Jack Webb's first movie, who later stared in "Dragnet" and "Pete Kelly's Blues". The irony of this movie, I did not see the ending. My 9 pound 6 ounce baby boy was born half way through the movie. I noticed that it is now on DVD and I plan to purchase it to see the ending...


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