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  1. (1950) is an American film noir shot in a semi-documentary style and directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Charles McGraw

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  2. shot on location in Los Angeles, California

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  3. The staff at Variety magazine gave the film a mixed review, calling it an okay film, and wrote, "RKO has concocted an okay cops-and-robbers melodrama ...[and] McGraw, Don McGuire and James Flavin, as cops, do very well

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  4. one of the first of the heist movies, a sub-genre of the crime film

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  5. Fleisher would later go on to big budget films, but he may be best remembered for this and The Narrow Margin from his time working for RKO Radio Pictures

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