Alias Nick Beal (1949) - Watch Online. Directed by John Farrow

Genres Drama     Mystery     Thriller    
IMDb rating
7/10
Director    
Writers Jonathan Latimer (screenplay)
Mindret Lord (original story)
Cast                                                            
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 93 min
Alias Nick Beal 1949
Plot Righteous district attorney Joseph Foster's main goal in life is to rid his city of the gangsters infesting it. In order to be even more efficient in his war against crime he plans to run for governor. One day he meets a strange, shadowy man, Nick Beal, who offers to help him to achieve his end. Beal convinces hesitating Foster by dint of easy money, easy sex with an alluring young woman and the promise of easy success. Joseph Foster soon becomes an influential politician but a corrupt one. A minister of God manages to show him that he has been the plaything of the so-called Nick Beal, who might be "Old Nick" , that is to say Satan himself. Foster then decides to resign and to become an honest man again.... see Alias Nick Beal on IMDb

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  • Alias Nick Beal (1949) - IMDb

    Directed by John Farrow. With Ray Milland, Audrey Totter, Thomas Mitchell, George Macready. A district attorney rises to political success and the governorship but loses his sense of morality once he starts associating with the shadowy and perhaps diabolical Nick Beal.

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    Alias Nick Beal (British title: The Contact Man) is a 1949 film retelling of the Faust myth directed by John Farrow and starring Ray Milland, Audrey Totter and Thomas Mitchell (although third-billed, Mitchell plays the leading role). The picture is also known as Dark Circle, Strange Temptation ...

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    Alias Nick Beal 1949. USA. Directed by John Farrow. Screenplay by Jonathan Latimer. With Ray Milland, Audrey Totter, Thomas Mitchell. One of the cinema’s finest noirs is also one of the hardest to see.

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  • » Movie Review – ALIAS NICK BEAL (1949).

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  • Alias Nick Beal (1949, John Farrow) - Films101

    Alias Nick Beal (1949), AKA The Contact Man information, ranked #2034 by Films101, directed by John Farrow, starring Ray Milland, Audrey Totter, Thomas Mitchell, George Macready, Fred Clark

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    TITLE: John Farrow (Australian-born director and writer) ... Alias Nick Beal (1949) was one of Farrow’s best films; Milland was cast against type as the devil, who tries to corrupt an honest politician (Thomas Mitchell). The subject matter was likely of ...

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    Since today is Ash Wednesday it dawned on me that few films might be more ripe for some examination today than Alias Nick Beal (1949), an unjustly obscure retelling of the Faust legend from the gifted, if uneven John Farrow.

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    Starring Ray Milland, Audrey Totter, Thomas Mitchell, George Macready, Fred Clark and Geraldine Wall, «Alias Nick Beal» (also known as "Contact Man, The", "Sconfitta di satana, La", "Dark Circle") is a Mystery/Drama/Thriller film directed by John Farrow, and written by Jonathan Latimer and ...

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Following their success with the sleek, witty 1948 film noir The Big Clock, star Ray Milland, director John Farrow, and screenwriter Jonathan Latimer reunited for a devilishly engrossing fable of Good and Evil that, unaccountably, has been little seen since late-night TV airings in the 1960s. Thomas Mitchell costars as a reform-minded district attorney obsessed with convicting the local criminal kingpin. "I'd give my soul to nail him," he mutters--not the sort of thing one ought to say carelessly. In the twinkling of an eye, a fresh-faced little boy appears bearing a message that Mitchell should come to such-and-such smoky waterfront dive later that night. The suave fellow in natty garb and snap-brim fedora (Milland) whom he meets there will become an unwanted, but undeniably useful, fixture in the reform politician's public and private life. Theirs is a slow-building, ever more sinister relationship, but that's OK. Nick Beal is patient. He's been around a long time.

In the golden age of Hollywood, Paramount had the patent on elegant showmanship, of which this movie is a silky specimen. When he had good material, Farrow responded with intelligence and style, and Alias Nick Beal abounds in both. (Just one small example: Thanks to clever camera placement, that little kid carrying Beal's message to the D.A. enters the scene as if he had stepped right out of Mitchell's body.) The strong supporting cast includes Audrey Totter (always good at playing hard/vulnerable noir dames), George Macready (memorable in The Big Clock), and Fred Clark (master of sub-Satanic sleaze). You can almost catch the whiff of sulfur and brimstone during Beal's manifestations out of the fog, and the signature bar of music he whistles will stay with you somewhat longer than you'd like. --Richard T. Jameson

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