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Film Matinee presenting: The Informer

Synopsis

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[Starring] Victor McLaglen
with Preston Foster and Margot Grahame
Produced and directed by John Ford
From the novel by Liam O'Flaherty
In this dramatic film the British-born actor Victor McLaglen gave the finest performance of his career. The film, set in Dublin in the bitter days of 1920, tells the story of a man who betrays his friend for money but who cannot escape his conscience.

Contributors

Producer/Director: John Ford
From the novel by: Liam O'Flaherty
Gypo Nolan: Victor McLaglen
Dan Gallagher: Preston Foster
Katie Madden: Margot Grahame






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