Act of Violence (1948) Movie Details

Act of Violence
English
Fred Zinnemann
Bronislau Kaper
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
(India)
1 hr 22 mins
7.6/10
Rating: 7.6/10 from 181 users

Act of Violence Movie Cast

Van Heflin
as Frank R. Enley
Robert Ryan
as Joe Parkson
Janet Leigh
as Edith Enley
Mary Astor
as Pat
Berry Kroeger
as Johnny
Taylor Holmes
as Gavery
Harry Antrim
as Fred
Connie Gilchrist
as Martha
Will Wright
as Pop
Ralph Peters
as Tim the Bartender (uncredited)

Act of Violence Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Robert L. Richards
Story : Collier Young
Producer : William H. Wright
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Robert Surtees
Editor : Conrad A. Nervig
Art Direction : Cedric Gibbons , Hans Peters
Set Decoration : Edwin B. Willis

Act of Violence International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
21-12-1948
India
21-12-1948

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A former prisoner of war, Frank Enley is hailed as a hero in his California town. However, Frank actually aided his Nazi captors, and he closely guards this secret. Frank's shameful past comes back to visit him when fellow survivor Joe Parkson emerges, intent on making the turncoat pay for his betrayal. As Joe closes in on Frank, the traitor goes into hiding, abandoning his wife, Edith, who has no clue about her husband's wartime transgressions.

Act of Violence

Act of Violence is a 1948 English Film stars Van Heflin , Fred Zinnemann , Robert L. Richards , Collier Young , William H. Wright , Bronislau Kaper , Robert Surtees , Robert Ryan , Janet Leigh , Mary Astor , Phyllis Thaxter , Berry Kroeger , Taylor Holmes , Harry Antrim , Connie Gilchrist , Will Wright , Ralph Peters , Conrad A. Nervig , Cedric Gibbons , Hans Peters , Edwin B. Willis , directed by Fred Zinnemann & music by Bronislau Kaper.