Project X

(1949)
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Project X was one of a cycle of anti-Red films produced in the late 1940s. Keith Andes plays an ex-Communist who is strongarmed into cooperating with the Feds. Pretending to become a "comrade" again, Andes rejoins the local Communist cell. Moving about freely, he is able to track down a gang of spies who are smuggling atomic secrets. Filmed on location in New York, Project X has the surface "feel" of a documentary, though the dialogue is strictly from the funny papers. Keep an eye out for a very young Jack Lord.

  1. Edward Montagne

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Top Billed Cast

  1. Keith Andes

    Keith Andes

    Steve Monahan

  2. Rita Colton

    Sandra Russell

  3. Jack Lord

    Jack Lord

    John Bates

  4. Kit Russell

    Michael Radik

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  • October 14, 1949
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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