711 Ocean Drive 1950

Synopsis:

The Horatio Alger parable gets the film noir treatment with the redoubtable Edmund O’Brien as a whip-smart telephone technician who moves up the ladder of a Syndicate gambling empire in Southern California until distracted by an inconveniently married Joanne Dru and his own greed. Ripped from the headlines of the 1950 Kevaufer Organized Crime Hearings, this fast-moving picture is laden with location sequences shot in Los Angeles, the Hoover Dam and Palm Springs including the famous Doll House watering hole on North Palm Canyon Drive!

Directed by: Joseph M. Newman
Written by: Richard English & Francis Swann
Runtime: 102 minutes
Tagline: Expose of the $8,000,000,000 gambling syndicate and its hoodlum empire!
Cast:
Edmond O'Brien
Edmond O'Brien
Mal Granger 
Joanne Dru
Joanne Dru
Gail Mason 
Otto Kruger
Otto Kruger
Carl Stephans 
Barry Kelley
Barry Kelley
Vince Walters 
Dorothy Patrick
Dorothy Patrick
Trudy Maxwell 
Don Porter
Don Porter
Larry Mason 
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Also known as:
  • Der Henker saß am Tisch
  • Mondo equivoco