Original Australian Daybill Movie Poster Stone litho Art Cry Danger
Cry Danger is a 1951 film noir thriller shot in twenty-two days in Los Angeles. The film was directed by Robert Parrish, a former child star and later editor in his debut as a director. Starring Dick Powell as Rocky Mulloy, Rhonda Fleming as Nancy Morgan, Richard Erdman as Delong and William Conrad as Louie Castro. A restored version of the film was released in 2011. The film was restored by the UCLA Film & Television Archive, in co-operation with Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros., funded by the Film Noir Foundation.