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Clash by Night

Clash by Night(1952)

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Brief Synopsis

An embittered woman seeks escape in marriage, only to fall for her husband's best friend.

Cast & Crew

Fritz Lang Director
Barbara Stanwyck Mae Doyle D'Amato
Paul Douglas Jerry D'Amato
Robert Ryan Earl Pfeiffer
J. Carrol Naish Uncle Vince
Silvio Minciotti Papa D'Amato
Keith Andes Joe Doyle
Diane Stewart Gloria D'Amato
Deborah Stewart Gloria D'Amato
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles opening: 16 Jun 1952; New York opening: 18 Jun 1952
Release Date:  1952 Production Date:  EB; AFI
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  Wald-Krasna Productions, Inc., RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Duration(mins):  104-105 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  9,432    
Duration(reels):  11    

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  • Alot of clashing

    Dinah 2017-08-01

    I just admire barbara's work. I watched this for her and ryan. I love the story. Barbara and Douglas were clashing, then ryan and Douglas were... MORE>

  • Clash By Night with Barbara Stanwyck

    Esti 2017-08-01

    the power of this movies are the strong dialogues during the movie and great performance by the cast.Every word that came from Jerry's character is... MORE>

  • Good Stanwyck Film !

    DON RILEY 2016-05-06

    The Paul Douglas character is a little too trusting for me. He is the symbolic embodiment of good while Ryan is something like the opposite of that. They... MORE>