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Rated NR · 75 minutes · 1948

Crime drama
Taken hostage along with his family and friends, psychologist Andrew Collins (Lee J. Cobb) is held by the murderous fugitive Al Walker (William Holden) and his gang. While Walker's crew, which includes his lover, Betty (Nina Foch), tends to the other hostages, the desperate mastermind talks to Collins about his troubled past. As the night progresses, Collins gets Walker to focus on a disturbing dream, resulting in a psychological breakthrough that may help avoid a violent conflict.
Director: Rudolph Maté
Writer: Michael Blankfort, Albert Duffy, Philip MacDonald, Oscar Saul and James Warwick
Producer: Buddy Adler
Cast: William Holden, Lee Cobb, Nina Foch, Adele Jergens, Stephen Dunne, Lois Maxwell, Barry Kroeger, Steven Geray, Wilton Graff, Robert Osterloh, Kathryn Card, Bobby Hyatt, Ellen Corby, Charles Cane, Robert B. Williams, Phil Tully, Harry Harvey Jr., Edward Earle and Pat McGeehan

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