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I, THE JURY (1953) in 3-D

After his best friend and war buddy is mysteriously gunned down, Mike Hammer (Biff Elliot, PORK CHOP HILL) will stop at nothing to settle the score for the man who sacrificed a limb to save his life during combat. Along the way, Hammer rides a fine line between gumshoe and one-man jury, staying two steps ahead of the law — and trying not to get bumped off in the process. Capitalizing on Mickey Spillane's acclaim as the best-selling mystery writer of the time, producer Victor Saville bought the book rights to I, JURY and tapped screenwriter Harry Essex (KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL) to both write and direct. Saville also secured the services of cinematographer John Alton (RAW DEAL, T-MEN) — the master of light and shadows — to lens this iconic film noir and famed composer Franz Waxman (SUNSET BOULEVARD, A PLACE IN THE SUN) to produce the score. (Note adapted from ClassicFlix.) DIR/SCR Harry Essex, from the novel by Mickey Spillane; PROD Victor Saville. U.S., 1953, b&w, 87 min. In English, Italian and Spanish with English subtitles. NOT RATED

Restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive in collaboration with PKL Pictures and Romulus Films. Laboratory services by Roundabout Entertainment, The UCLA Digital Lab, Audio Mechanics and Simon Daniel Sound.

AFI Member passes accepted.

87 Minutes
Film noir

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