The Mob
The Mob (1951)

In this crime drama, an undercover policeman attempts to stop racketeers from controlling the waterfront. Once the disguised officer is allowed to join the mob and meet the others, he is surprised to find a fellow undercover cop who is… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1951
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Eric Melin

An expertly-plotted noir, less psychologically disturbing and more straight-up undercover crime drama, but it ratchets up the tension nicely and Crawford is having a hell of a time acting like the tough guy.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

The brutality of both the criminals and the police is what gives the film its shock value and special feel.

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Sean Axmaker
Parallax View

[Broderick] Crawford is at his best as the veteran lawman playing the tough-guy dockworker, engaging and compelling and, at times, quite funny.

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Kelly Vance
East Bay Express

William Bowers' dialogue coulda been a contenduh, for sure ("You must be part of my hangover" or "I need to go underground, like gophers and communists"), especially coming from Crawford's unlovely mug.

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