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It takes someone as commanding as Gregory Peck to keep 1954's "Night People" as compelling as it can be. It's a story of political and military maneuvering, but doesn't inspire a level of suspense normally associated with post-war troubles, with writer/director Nunnally Johnson electing a more theatrical approach for his directorial debut. "Night People" isn't gripping, but it holds attention thanks to Peck and co-star Broderick Crawford, who deliver pained, agitated work to keep a weirdly knotted tale moving along. Read the rest at


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