T-Men [Special Edition] [DVD] [1947]

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Special Features

  • A Director's Daughter: Nina Mann Remembers: An Interview with Nina Mann
  • Audio Commentary by Biographer & Producer Alan K. Rode
  • Featurette with Cinematographer Richard Crudo, Film Critic & Author Todd McCarthy, Writer and Film Historian Julie Kirgo, Film Historian & Director Courtney Joyner and Biographer & Producer Alan K. Rode
  • Into the Darkness: Mann, Alton and T-Men
  • Plus: A 24 page booklet with an essay by author Max Alvarez featuring stills, posters and other production material


The moodily evocative docudrama T-Men stars Dennis O'Keefe as Dennis O'Brien, a treasury agent determined to bring a counterfeiting ring to justice. O'Brien and his partner Tony Genaro (Alfred Ryder) go undercover to gain the confidence of the ruthless Detroit mob responsible for the phony money. The plot, compelling though it is, takes second place to the film's stylish set pieces, superbly directed by Anthony Mann and brilliantly photographed by John Alton. Among the film's most famous moments is the scene in which two-bit hood Wallace Ford is bumped off in a steam bath by sadistic hood Charles McGraw, not to mention the harrowing vignette wherein O'KEEFE, posing as a crook, must stand by silently as his partner Ryder is murdered. One of the finest examples of the film noir form, T-Men proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that a film didn't need to have a lush budget, brilliant Technicolor and Clark Gable to score a hit with postwar moviegoers. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Dennis O'Keefe
    Dennis O'Keefe - Dennis O'Brien
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    Mary Meade - Evangeline
  • Charles McGraw
    Charles McGraw - Moxie
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    Alfred Ryder - Anthony Gennaro
  • Wallace Ford
    Wallace Ford - Schemer

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