Cinema, Also Showing Jan. 26, 1948

T-Men (Eagle-Lion) is a semi-documentary about a couple of U.S. Treasury agents on the trail of a counterfeit gang. It was obviously put together without much time or money to spare, and as often happens under such circumstances, vitality and unpretentiousness get a chance to exert themselves. The result is a nice, brisk, intelligent little B-plus melodrama, far more real and entertaining than the general run. Chief credits go to Players Dennis O'Keefe, Wally Ford and Alfred Ryder (Broadway's blooming June Lockhart is also present), to Writer John C. Higgins and Director Anthony...

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