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Crack-Up
Art critic and forgery expert George Steele (Pat O'Brien) is apprehended by the police as he desperately tries to break into the Manhattan Museum in the opening scene of Crack-Up, a noir mystery directed by Irving Reis. Steele does not understand his own bizarre actions, but explains that he was in a train wreck and had to get back to the museum. Questioned by Lt. Cochrane (Wallace Ford), who tells him there have been no train wrecks in months, Steele relates, in flashback, the events leading up to the incident. Earlier in the day the head of the museum had suspended him for alienating… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The art lesson didn't register, but as a thriller Crack-Up wasn't a disaster."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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