The House on 92nd Street
The House on 92nd Street (1945)

In this drama, the FBI learns of the presence of several suspicious persons in Washington DC. William Eythe is a German-American college student approached by the spies to become a secret Nazi operative. Eythe instead heads directly to FBI… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 10, 1945
DVD Release Date: September 6, 2005
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Cole Smithey

"The House On 92nd Street" stands as a noxious example of patriotic pap disguised as faux docu film noir.

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David Nusair
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...most of this stuff simply isn't interesting.

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Dennis Schwartz
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Provides a somewhat accurate historical framework for the period.

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Bruce Bruce
This is from the fox Film Noir Collection and is a semi documentary film, shows the FBI at work in those early days of the European conflict. Henry Hathaway,… More
Byron Brubaker
Docu-drama film-noir of the FBI's efforts in the 40's. Bill Dietrich (Eythe) becomes a double agent for the FBI. His task is to infiltrate a Nazi spy… More
Aj V
Boring, confusing, I didn't get it. I usually like film noir, but I didn't like this movie.
Michael Gildea
There's good noir and there's bad noir. This isn't good noir.