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America wins again
Outstanding! !! Look forward to seeing it again.
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- joan dalton
another great movie!waiting for it to come out on dvd to purchase!
The House on 92nd Street
A gripping procedural from start-to-finish. An FBI agent infiltrates a Nazi spy ring, located in New York, to thwart their plans to build a nuclear bomb. Won an Oscar for original story, using real locations in New York and Washington to add authenticity. A documentary-style film noir that's well worth watching. I give it a 4.5/5.
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I remember the House on 92nd Street
- Harold U
I was 12 years old when I first saw the movie in the theatre and was very impressed by the photography of the locales in New York City. THe scenes in Columbus Circle brought back memories when I attended High School in that area in later years. The acting was great and kept you in suspense until the ending, when agent Dietrich was rescued by his fellow FBI agents. To this day I can watch the movie again and again and still like the film. You can catch the film debut of E.G. Marshall as a morgue attendant! The other character parts by Gene Lockhart as Charles Ogden Roper, a scientist working on the Atomic Bomb and the 3 German agents were also very realistic.Love the Movie!
The similarities between this film and the 1941 film "All Through the Night" starring Humphrey Bogart are just startling! The biggest difference is that this film is pure propaganda tripe and the other is well-worth watching, considering we were not in WWII at that time and we knew there were Communist fifth-columnists operating in this country at that time and before. This film rankled me no end, particularly at the end when there is a voice telling us what we now know are lies. Our secrets were not and are not safe. The FBI is NOT an "implacable bulwark" against our enemies or we would never have endured the attacks on our country beginning with Pearl Harbor and the several that have occurred since then!
The House on 92nd Street
Thoroughly enjoyed this film. Best mystery film I have seen since "Hunt for Red October".
- Jack The Hat
I was ten when I first saw this film and left the theater knowning that when I grow up I want to be an FBI agent. This picture made me beileve that this country is safe as long as the FBI is here to protect us. Great film!
House on 4nd Street
- Denise Lewis
Wow! Nothing like a good espinoge film. Excellent! I enjoyed it immensley. Great acting, great plot. House on 42nd St. is worth viewing and it holds you til the end. Being that it's a true story made it even more interesting. I've seen 2 wonderful movies in a row that are so much worth viewing.
never get tired of seeing it
- steve samuel
The best spy movie ever made
One of the best Spy movies ever made
- Jack Phillippe
I went to see this movie when I was ten years old and left the theater knowing full well that I wanted to be an FBI agent when I grew up. This film gave me a sense of feeling a lot less fear during the war years because of the FBI. I only wish that todays FBI was similar to that of J. Edgar Hoover's FBI. Unless you lived during those years you would not understand who J. Edgar Hoover was and not the anti-Hoover sentiment of today by those who know nothing of those years but there own prejudices.