Malvin Wald


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Naked City, The (1948) - Story Of The City Producer Mark Hellinger's narration boasts the virtues of the picture "you're about to see," leading to the murder by Ted de Corsia and Walter Burke in the famous opening of The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) - Who Moved The Body? Cranky Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) works the crime scene with help from Halloran (Don Taylor) and Schaefer (Arthur O'Connell) in an early scene from The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) - The Kid Has Nerve Darn near unvarnished police procedure, as Donahue (Frank Conroy) and Halloran (Don Taylor) canvass for a suspect, director Jules Dassin working New York locations, until producer Mark Hellinger's narration resumes the policeman's lament in The Naked City, 1948.
Naked City, The (1948) - You're Goin' To The Penitentiary Brought in from Boston, theft victim McCormick (Nicholas Joy) gives Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) the entree to sweat Frank Niles (Howard Duff), the slippery ex-boyfriend of his murder victim, in The Naked City, 1948, directed by Jules Dassin.
Naked City, The (1948) - Just Another Pretty Girl Lieutenant Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) consoles the parents (Grover Burgess and Adelaide Klein) of a murder victim, then producer Mark Hellinger narrates over Manhattan scenery in The Naked City, 1948.
Outrage (1950) - Jim's Working Late This scene, with Mala Powers as engaged office worker Ann (Mala Powers) pursued by the menacing, scarred lunch-counter guy (Albert Mellen), is, along with the never-named subject of rape, the best known feature of director Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Al Capone (1959) - The Man In Charge South-side under-boss Torrio (Nehemiah Persoff) clashes with north-side thugs (Robert Gist, Murvyn Vye, Lewis Charles), then gets a talking-to from henchman Rod Steiger (title character) in Al Capone, 1959.
Al Capone (1959) - Luck From A Stranger After credits and narration establishing the beginning of Prohibition in 1920, Rod Steiger as the title character meets Torrio (Nehemiah Persoff), a historical figure, then reporter Mac Keely (Martin Balsam), invented for the picture, in Al Capone, 1959, produced by John Houseman.
Outrage (1950) - Picking Up Strays Rape survivor Ann (Mala Powers) doesn't know where she is, waking up the morning after she fled her hometown and collapsed in a ditch, inventing a new last name as she meets her rescuer Bruce (Tod Andrews) and friends (Angela Clarke, Kenneth Patterson), in director Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Outrage (1950) - Hey Beautiful! The credits roll over an arguably critical dramatic scene which doesn't appear in the film, star Mala Powers staggering through city streets, then she's introduced as office worker Ann, Robert Clarke her boyfriend Jim, opening the second film directed and co-written by actress Ida Lupino, Outrage, 1950.
Outrage (1950) - Take A Good Look! Reassuring her parents (Raymond Bond, Lilian Hamilton), and in spite of wide publicity, rape (though the word is never used) victim Ann (Mala Powers) returns to work, eventually discovering she's not as ready as she believed, in director and co-writer Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Al Capone (1959) - Price Is No Object In a Cicero, Illinois boutique, Rod Steiger (title character) buys off Gladys (Patricia Donahue), but pursues shop-girl Maureen (Fay Spain), with whom he has a history, in Al Capone, 1959.

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