The Big Steal
The Big Steal (1949)

This breezy and unpretentious film noir from director Don Siegel starts off with fireworks. Duke Holliday (Robert Mitchum), an American army lieutenant, is on his way to Mexico by boat when he's confronted in his cabin by Blake (William… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 9, 1949
DVD Release Date: July 31, 2007
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

In this taut cat-and-mouse tale, all concerned are in top form.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Siegel packs lots of chases and action into 72 minutes, with a great ending.

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Bruce Bruce
This is the second movie in a Film Noir Collection and its quite good. Robert Mitchun stars as Duke Haliday who appears to be on the run, chasing him is Army… More
Michael Gildea
Nothing mindblowing, but Robert Mitchum plays his usual cool and badass character. Jane Greer was cute and the Mexican scenery was kind of nice. The car chase… More
xGary Xx
A thief who robbed an army payroll makes his way through Mexico pursued by an ex fiancee he cheated out of $2000, the man falsely accused of the crime and an… More
Aj V
A sort of round-about chase movie with an interesting cast and story. I liked it.