Border Incident - Open, Braceros
Opening credit sequence for director Anthony Mann's Border Incident, 1949, with Ricardo Montalban, followed by newsy narration about migrant "Braceros," cinematography by John Alton.
Border Incident - (Original Trailer)
Police try to crack down on the illegal immigration racket in Border Incident (1949) starring Ricardo Montalban.
Border Incident (1949) - I Can Be Very Impatient
From a grisly depiction of undocumented Mexican braceros robbed and murdered entering the U.S. looking for work, director Anthony Mann follows John C. Higgins script into plain exposition, introducing George Murphy and Ricardo Montalban as Rodriguez and Bearnes, Harry Antrim and Martin Garralaga their bosses, in Border Incident, 1949.
Border Incident (1949) - This Man Is Not A Bracero
With his cover blown, Mexican agent Pablo (Ricardo Montalban) claims he's a fugitive trying to leave the country, under questioning from Ulrich (Sig Ruman) in Anthony Mann's Border Incident, 1949.
Border Incident (1949) - How Can Business Be Bad?
Howard Da Silva as American Parkson, leader of a ring that smuggles in exploited workers from Mexico, calls his contacts (Sig Ruman, Arnold Moss), who are then visited by undercover American agent Bearnes (George Murphy), whose mission is to plant stolen immigration permits, in director Anthony Manns Border Incident, 1949.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller on Border Incident (1949)
Noir Alley host Eddie Mullers introduction and comments following Border Incident, 1949.