Rent >> The Killer that Stalked New York / Two of a Kind
|Actor:||Edmond O'Brien, Lizabeth Scott, Terry Moore, Evelyn Keyes, Charles Korvin, William Bishop, Dorothy Malone, Lola Albright, Barry Kelley, Carl Benton Reid, Ludwig Donath, (more)|
|Director:||Henry Levin, Earl McEvoy|
|Genre:||Crime, Drama, Film Noir, Mystery/Thriller|
|Released:||February 9, 2010|
|Misc:||NTSC, Full Screen, Black & White|
|Language:||English (Original Language)|
The Killer That Stalked New York (1953, 79 min.)
After helping to smuggle diamonds into the country and getting burned by her latest flame (and her sister!), Sheila Bennet (Evelyn Keyes) decides to get even. But she unwittingly puts herself and millions of others at risk, requiring an all-out manhunt for a killer.
The deep shadows in Joseph F. Biroc's cinematography heighten the suspense, with excellent support from actors Charles Korvin (Sangaree), Academy Award winner Dorothy Malone (Written on the Wind), Lola Albright (The Tender Trap), and William Bishop (Harriet Craig).
Two of a Kind (1951, 75 min.)
Brandy Kirby (Lizabeth Scott, Dead Reckoning) is on a manhunt to locate a look-a-like for a missing heir imposter in an inheritance scam. She finds a willing participant in Lefty Farrell (Edmond O'Brien) who was raised in an orphanage and trained in small-time rackets. But will Brandy's partner (Alexander Knox, Wilson) cut in on Lefty's piece of the action or will the partners double-cross each other before they get their hands on the loot?
Photographed by two-time Academy Award winner and veteran Columbia cinematographer Burnett Guffey (Best Cinematography: From Here to Eternity, 1953; Bonnie and Clyde, 1967), the film co-stars Academy Award nominee Terry Moore (Best Supporting Actress, Come Back, Little Sheba, 1953).
- An All-New Interview with Two of a Kind Co-Star Terry Moore
- Original Theatrical Trailers