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Crime Against Joe [Import USA Zone 1]


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  • Format : Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : MGM Mod
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 3 mai 2011
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  • ASIN: B004X63S2E
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HASH(0xa1640a8c) étoiles sur 5 Decent desert-noir programmer 9 février 2013
Par M2 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Covering similar territory to the classics "Phantom Lady" and "The Big Clock," "Crime Against Joe" is a tight little thriller involving a man accused of a murder that took place while he was on a bender, and has foggy memories of where he was and who he was with. The twist here is that he has a solid alibi who, for selfish reasons, won't come forward, and a false alibi from the woman who loves him, which gets him off the hook long enough to investigate the crime himself. There's a lot of pseudo-psychological character motivation thrown in for good measure: the suspect is something of a mama's boy; his alibi--a sleepwalker!--is at the mercy of her domineering father; and the denouement involves the hero and his girl breaking into high school files to look for recorded psychological aberrations for a handful of counter suspects. John Bromfield is a little too lightweight to be convincing as the railroaded drunken hero (and broadly overplays the drunk scenes), while Julie London has WAY too much gravitas and dignity for her role as a drive-in waitress named "Slacks." Henry Calvin--Seargeant Garcia in the old "Zorro" TV show--is surprisingly good in a rare dramatic role, and the rest of the cast operates pretty much on the level of any "Perry Mason" television episode. The film was shot in Tucson, Arizona, giving it a different noir feel. While anyone who cannot predict the identity of the real killer should stick to musicals, this is a not bad quickie crime drama.
HASH(0xa1640ae0) étoiles sur 5 Finally a release of Julie London -Crime Against Joe 1 janvier 2014
Par J. R. Spencer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
[...] This adequate melodramatic film noir was originally released March 21, 1956 and starred hunky John Bromfield and the gorgeous Julie London in an amiable but not stellar performance. But for Julie London fans who have been looking to expand their collection of Julie's movies this is a must.

Covering similar territory to the classics "Phantom Lady" and "The Big Clock," "Crime Against Joe" is a short little thriller involving a man accused of a murder that took place while he was sloshed, and has foggy memories of where he was and who he was with. The twist here is that he has a solid alibi who, for selfish reasons, won't come forward, and a false alibi from the woman who loves him (Julie's character) , which gets him off the hook long enough to investigate the crime himself. There's a lot of pseudo-psychological character motivation thrown in for good measure: the suspect is something of a mama's boy who suffers "shell shock" from the war; his alibi--a sleepwalker!--is at the mercy of her domineering father; and the climax involves the hero and his girl breaking into high school files to look for evidence of handful of counter suspects. John Bromfield is a little too lightweight to be convincing as the railroaded drunken hero (and overacts the drunk scenes), while Julie London brings way too much elegant aloofness and dignity for her role as a drive-in waitress named "Slacks." Henry Calvin--Seargeant Garcia in the old "Zorro" TV show--is surprisingly good in a rare dramatic role, and the rest of the cast operates pretty much on the level of any "Perry Mason" television episode. The film was shot in Tucson, Arizona, giving it a different noir feel. While anyone who cannot predict the identity of the real killer should stick to comedies, this is a not bad quickie crime drama.

As the author of LADY LIBERTY: THE DEFINITIVE JULIE LONDON HANDBOOK.. my book contains a complete filmography for Julie with rare photos from Crime Against Joe as well as her other movies.
HASH(0xa1640f18) étoiles sur 5 "Everybody's Got Something To Hide!"... 1 juillet 2015
Par Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Struggling artist, Joe Manning (John Bromfield- REVENGE OF THE CREATURE, MANFISH, HOT CARS), goes out on a drinking binge, after a disappointing night of painting. His evening takes a bizarre turn when a sleepwalking woman (Patricia Blair- CAGE OF EVIL) crosses his path. From that point on, Joe's luck changes, and he gets mixed up in a murder. With the cops gathering evidence against him, Joe sets out to prove his innocence, while tracking down the real killer. CRIME AGAINST JOE is an enjoyable crime drama / mystery from 1956. It has a nice twist at the end, and Bromfield is convincing as the title character. Co-stars the VERY beautiful Julie London, who would go on to be best known for her role as Dixie McCall on TV's EMERGENCY in the 70s...
HASH(0xa1648090) étoiles sur 5 Joe's best list 20 septembre 2015
Par Joseph D. Belair Tfis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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You got to watch this who done it!!!. Not very outgoing but very clever and wonderfully shot. Interesting lighting and characters keep this movie on my Joe best list.
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HASH(0xa16483e4) étoiles sur 5 A nice surprise 30 octobre 2013
Par Jeff & Wendy S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Cheesy. Overacted. Low budget. Filmed in 5 days. Barely an hour long.
But I liked it! I can't imagine wanting to buy the DVD, but it's certainly a worthwhile way to spend 70 minutes if you like old movies and can rent or stream it. Decent story that keeps you guessing.
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