Brute Force (1947) - Ever Since The War
Inmate "Soldier" (Howard Duff) recalls his Italian wife Gina (Yvonne De Carlo) and the crime that sent him to prison, in Jules Dassin's Brute Force, 1947.
Brute Force (1947) - Westgate News
Gallagher (Charles Bickford) holds sway in the prison newspaper office as headstrong Joe Collins (Burt Lancaster) proposes a breakout, in Jules Dassin's Brute Force, 1947.
Brute Force (1947) - I Don't Believe In Coincidence
Captain Munsey (Hume Cronyn) calls attention to an address by the warden (Roman Bohnen) then, after a legit suicide, accuses the R17 gang (Howard Duff, Jeff Corey, John Hoyt, Burt Lancaster) of crimes, in Jules Dassin's Brute Force, 1947.
Brute Force (1947) - Finish That Dream
Joe (Burt Lancaster), the last of the jail-break plotters to be granted a flashback by writer Richard Brooks and director Jules Dassin, here with disabled girlfriend Ruth (Ann Blyth), pretty much her entire performance, in Brute Force, 1947.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller Intro -- Brute Force (1947)
Noir Alley host Eddie Muller introduces Brute Force, 1947.
Brute Force (1947) - Why Keep On Fighting?
Joining director Jules Dassins opening, wardens taking roll introducing John Hoyt, Howard Duff, Jeff Corey, Whit Bissell and Jack Overman, Sir Lancelot the singing neighbor, then star Burt Lancaster as Collins, and Hume Cronyn prison Captain Munsey, in Brute Force, from producer Mark Hellinger and writer Richard Brooks.