Crime, Inc. (1945) Movie Details

Crime, Inc.
English
Lew Landers
Walter Greene
Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC)
(India)
1 hr 15 mins
4.6/10
Rating: 4.6/10 from 172 users

Crime, Inc. Movie Cast

Leo Carrillo
as Anthony Charles 'Tony' Marlow
Tom Neal
as Jim Riley
Martha Tilton
as Betty Van Cleve, aka Betty Egan
Lionel Atwill
as Pat Coyle
Grant Mitchell
as Wayne Clark
Sheldon Leonard
as Capt. Ferrone
Harry Shannon
as Police Commissioner Collins
Danny Morton
as Bugs Kelley aka Mike Egan
Virginia Vale
as Trixie Waters
Don Beddoe
as Deputy District Attorney Dixon
George Meeker
as Barry North
Rod Rogers
Rod Rogers as Henchman Val Lucas
Ed Cronley
Ed Cronley as Sgt. Hayes
Jack Gordon
as Jud Stecker
Monk Friedman
Monk Friedman as Convict

Crime, Inc. Crew List

Director :
Novel : Martin Mooney
Writer : Raymond L. Schrock
Producer : Leon Fromkess , Martin Mooney
Director of Photography : James S. Brown Jr.
Original Music Composer :

Crime, Inc. International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
15-04-1945
India
15-04-1945

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A crime reporter writes book to expose names and methods of the criminal leaders. He is held on a charge after refusing to explain how he got his information, but is released and helps to expose the syndicate.

Crime, Inc.

Crime, Inc. is a 1945 English Film stars Leo Carrillo , Lew Landers , Martin Mooney , Raymond L. Schrock , Leon Fromkess , Martin Mooney , James S. Brown Jr. , Walter Greene , Tom Neal , Martha Tilton , Lionel Atwill , Grant Mitchell , Sheldon Leonard , Harry Shannon , Danny Morton , Virginia Vale , Don Beddoe , George Meeker , Rod Rogers , Ed Cronley , Jack Gordon , Monk Friedman , directed by Lew Landers & music by Walter Greene.