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Border Incident

Border Incident ★★ 1949

Average crime melodrama from director Mann in which federales on both sides of the border team up to prevent the exploitation and murder of illegal farm workers. Jack Bearnes (Murphy) has stolen work permits he's willing to sell to crooked rancher Owen Parkson (Da Silva) while Pablo Rodriguez (Montalban) poses as an illegal migrant, and both agents find themselves in grave danger. 94m/B DVD . Ricardo Montal-ban, George Murphy, Howard da Silva, James Mitchell, Arnold Moss, Alfonso Bedoya, Teresa Celli, Charles McGraw, Jose Torvay, John Ridgely, Arthur Hunnicutt, Sig Rumann; D: Anthony Mann; W: John C. Higgins, George Zuckerman; C: John Alton.

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