Noirsville

The Big Combo (1955)

Episode #14

Allied Artists Pictures released The Big Combo on February 13, 1955. Joseph Lewis directed the film starring Cornel Wilde, Richard Conte, and Jean Wallace.

‘The Big Combo’ Movie Summary

When the 93 Precinct finds Police Lieutenant Leonard Diamond’s surveillance of a suspected mob boss named Mr. Brown is costing them too much money with no results, they order him to shut it down. Diamond then makes one last attempt to uncover evidence against the man by visiting Brown’s mistress, Susan Lowell.

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Allied Artists Pictures released The Big Combo on February 13, 1955. Joseph Lewis directed the film starring Cornel Wilde, Richard Conte, and Jean Wallace.

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  1. Great film. When is the Gilda podcast with Lori? You mentioned it a while back, thought it would be June.

    1. Lori is taking a break until August I believe, so it’s been pushed back to December now. Unless anything changes, In a Lonely Place (1950), Alphaville (1965), Phantom Lady (1944), The Killers (1946), and Fallen Angel (1945) will all come first.

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