A Dangerous Profession
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"A Dangerous Profession" is a 1949 American film noir directed by Ted Tetzlaff, written by Warren Duff and Martin Rackin, and starring George Raft, Ella Raines, and Pat O'Brien. The supporting cast features Jim Backus.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- art direction by Albert S. D'Agostino & Alfred Herman
- cinematography by Robert De Grasse
- music by Roy Webb, Friedrich Hollaender
- set decoration by Darrell Silvera & Harley Miller
- genres: Film noir, Black-and-white, Thriller, Crime Fiction, Mystery, Drama
- released on (65 years ago)
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by Abby H. P. Werlock, James P. Werlock
A Dangerous Profession: ABook about the Writing Life.
by Andrew Spicer
A Dangerous Profession (1949), The Secret ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
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by Bill O'Neal
Gunfighters followed a dangerous profession: two out of three met death by gunfire or in such other premature ways as by lynching or suicide. About one- third of all gunmen died peacefully: 23.5 percent of those listed in these pages died from ...
by Barry Monush
There was the oddball allegory The Boy With Green Hair, and then another pairing with Raft, A Dangerous Profession, that only proved that both actors were no longer much of an attraction for late 1940s audiences. Nevertheless, O'Brien ...
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