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Touch of Evil

Touch of Evil(1958)

Also Known As: Badge of Evil |

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A narcotics agent risks his wife's life to investigate a crooked cop.

Cast & Crew

Orson Welles Director
Charlton Heston Ramon Miguel "Mike" Vargas
Janet Leigh Susan Vargas
Orson Welles Hank Quinlan
Joseph Calleia Pete Menzies
Akim Tamiroff "Uncle" Joe Grandi
Joanna Moore Marcia Linnekar
Mort Mills Schwartz
Victor Millan Manuelo Sanchez
Lalo Rios Risto
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  PG-13 Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1958 Production Date:  AFI; Alan
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Universal Pictures Co., Inc.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Universal-International Pictures Co., Inc.
Duration(mins):  95 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,388    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Orson Welles as John Huston

    DON RILEY 2016-07-19

    I honestly believe this direction and film were influenced by the earlier Huston films MALTESE FALCON and ASPHALT JUNGLE. I think both of those were... MORE>

  • Thanks TCM for full feature

    Will Fox 2016-03-21

    Fascinating film noir features good vs. evil lies, when Mexico's chief narcotics official, Charlton Heston jousts with corrupt cop, Capt. Orson Welles... MORE>

  • Orson Welles' trilogy

    Will Fox 2016-03-21

    Director Orson Welles' brilliant, film trilogy focuses on the abuses of power: 1) "Citizen Kane" (1941, embodiment of an arrogant media... MORE>