I Am the Law
I Am the Law (1938)

I Am the Law is arguably the best of the late-1930s films inspired by the racket-busting career of New York district attorney Thomas E. Dewey. Edward G. Robinson switches to the right side of the law as the Dewey counterpart, here named… More

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Genre: Drama
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Dennis Schwartz
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Unconvincing but lively formulaic crime drama programmer.

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