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Robert Ryan, Robert Mitchum and Robert Young in ‘Crossfire’ (1947)

NPR interview of the author of the recent New Yorker article about the Reid technique and false confessions.

Robert Mitchum

Robert Mitchum

Crossfire (1947)

Crossfire (1947)

Crossfire (1947)

Crossfire (1947)

Sam Levene

Sam Levene - The Killers

Charles Bickford

Charles Bickford

Burt Lancaster

Burt Lancaster, Wearing a classic fedora hat and trench coat. Male hair always seemed to be slicked back when it came to classic film noir and more recent film noir had a range of different styles depending on the characters background.

Brute Force (1947)

Burt Lancaster underlined his talent in Jules Dassin’s dynamic attack on the inhumanity of the prison system, writes Philip French

Burt Lancaster in ‘Brute Force’

Burt Lancaster in ‘Brute Force’

Brute Force (1947)

[link] Brute Force is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by Jules Dassin, from a screenplay by Richard Brooks with cinematography by William H. It stars Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn and Charles Bickford.

Orson Welles in ‘Journey Into Fear’

Orson Welles in ‘Journey Into Fear’