Larceny (1948)

09/03/1948 (US) Crime 1h 29m
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Overview

John Payne is the no-good lowdown rat who tries to capitalize on postwar patriotism and grief. He finagles a war widow (Joan Caulfied) into giving up her savings for a nonexistent memorial. When Payne falls in love with the widow he has pangs of conscience, but he reckons without his con-artist boss (Dan Duryea), who tends to bolster his arguments with muscle and bullets.

  1. George Sherman

    Director

  2. John Fleming

    Novel

  3. Lois Eby

    Novel

  4. Lou Morheim

    Writer

  5. William Bowers

    Writer

  6. Herbert H. Margolis

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. John Payne

    John Payne

    Rick Mason

  2. Joan Caulfield

    Joan Caulfield

    Deborah Owens Clark

  3. Dan Duryea

    Dan Duryea

    Silky Randall

  4. Shelley Winters

    Shelley Winters

    Tory

  5. Dorothy Hart

    Dorothy Hart

    Madeline

  6. Richard Rober

    Richard Rober

    Max

  7. Dan O'Herlihy

    Dan O'Herlihy

    Duke

  8. Nicholas Joy

    Nicholas Joy

    Walter Vanderline

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Larceny
Larceny

Status Released

Original Language English

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