The Set-Up
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Robert Wise was a Hollywood shapeshifter. His ability to move seamlessly from one genre to another, and another, and another is unparalleled. In this installment we discuss Mr. Wise's incredible career, with a focus on his 1949 Film Noir masterpiece The Set-Up. Featuring: Feast for the eyes visuals, crackling dialog and wonderful performances, all wrapped up in a beautiful, "real time", 73 minute package. Starring Robert Ryan & Audrey Totter.
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