Mob, The - (Original Trailer)
Police detective Broderick Crawford fakes a suspension so he can go undercover in The Mob (1951).
Mob, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Half Irish And Half Congressman
On the docks proper in the never-named coastal city, undercover cop D'Amico (Broderick Crawford), who got a union card with surprising ease, with pal Clancy (Richard Kiley), crooked union man Tony (John Marley) and stooge Culio (Frank DeKova), Charles Bronson in a bit part, in The Mob, 1951.
Mob, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Did You Shoot This Guy?
Fed up cop D'Amico (Broderick Crawford) has just bought a ring for his girl, headed home when a crime goes down, Matt Crowley the first cop on the scene, then calling his boss Lt. Banks (Otto Hulett), early in The Mob, 1951, Robert Parrish directing, from a novel by Ferguson Findley.
Mob, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) White Wine And Beer
Now undercover as a longshoreman just arrived from New Orleans, cop D'Amico (Broderick Crawford) gets to know the hotel clerk (Jay Adler), the barkeep (Matt Crowley), and his new colleague Clancy (Richard Kiley), and calls his boss (Otto Hulett) in The Mob, 1951, lingo from Ferguson Findley's novel.