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Au royaume des crapules est un film américain de genre Drame réalisé par Joseph Kane sorti en France le 25 juillet 1952 avec Brian Donlevy

Au royaume des crapules (1952)

Hoodlum Empire

Au royaume des crapules
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Sortie en France 25 juillet 1952
Durée 1h38
Réalisé par
OrigineEtats-Unis
Genres Drame,    Policier
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Au royaume des crapules (Hoodlum Empire) est un film policier américain réalisé par Joseph Kane

Synopsis

L'ancien gangster Joe Gray rejoint l'armée durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il y devient un héros et mène ensuite une vie respectable. Lorsqu'il est appelé devant un grand jury pour témoigner contre le crime organisé, ses anciens collègues décident de faire en sorte qu'il ne le fasse pas...

Acteurs

Brian Donlevy

(Sen. William J. 'Bill' Stephens)
Claire Trevor

(Connie Williams)
Forrest Tucker

(Charles A. 'Charley' Pignatalli)
Vera Ralston

(Marte 'Marty' Dufour Gray)
Luther Adler

(Nicholas 'Nick' Mancani)
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