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Irving Reis

 

Director
1906 - 1953 
Born May 7, New York, New York, USA
Key Genres: Mystery, Crime, Comedy  TSPDT Rating: 6
Key Collaborators: Albert S. D'Agostino (Production Designer), Robert de Grasse (Cinematographer), Ray Collins (Leading Player), George Sanders (Leading Player), James Gleason (Leading Player), Howard Benedict (Producer), Lynn Root (Ssreenwriter), Frank Fenton (Screenwriter), Allen Jenkins (Leading Character Player), Harry Marker (Editor)
Recommended: Crack-Up (1946)
Worth a Look: A Date with the Falcon (1941), The Big Street (1942), The Falcon Takes Over (1942), The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
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250 Quintessential Noir Films: Crack-Up (1946)
 

 

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