Dick Powell plays a French-Canadian pilot in Buenos Aires tracking down the collaborationist who killed his French wife during World War II. By reputation, an effective noir thriller (1945), adapted by John Paxton from a John Wexley story and directed by Edward Dmytryk; the same screenwriter, director, and star had filmed the Raymond Chandler adaptation Murder, My Sweet the previous year. With Micheline Cheirel, Walter Slezak, and Morris Carnovsky. (JR)

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