Night and the City (1950)

16 06/15/1950 (GB) DramaThrillerCrimeMystery 1h 35m

The inside story of London after dark.


Londoner Harry Fabian is a second-rate con man looking for an angle. After years of putting up with Harry's schemes, his girlfriend, Mary, becomes fed up when he taps her for yet another loan.

  1. Jules Dassin


  2. Gerald Kersh


  3. Jo Eisinger


  4. Austin Dempster


  5. William E. Watts


Top Billed Cast

  1. Richard Widmark

    Richard Widmark

    Harry Fabian

  2. Gene Tierney

    Gene Tierney

    Mary Bristol

  3. Googie Withers

    Googie Withers

    Helen Nosseross

  4. Hugh Marlowe

    Hugh Marlowe

    Adam Dunn

  5. Francis L. Sullivan

    Francis L. Sullivan

    Philip Nosseross

  6. Herbert Lom

    Herbert Lom


  7. Stanislaus Zbyszko

    Stanislaus Zbyszko


  8. Mike Mazurki

    Mike Mazurki

    The Strangler

  9. Charles Farrell

    Charles Farrell

    Mickey Beer

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Night and the City
Night and the City

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Original Language English

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