The Gentleman from Nowhere

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The Gentleman from Nowhere
Directed by William Castle
Produced by Rudolph C. Flothow
Written by Edward Anhalt (writer)
Cinematography Vincent J. Farrar
Editing by Henry Batista
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates 9 September 1948
Running time 65 min.
Country United States
Language English

The Gentleman from Nowhere is a 1948 American crime-drama film directed by William Castle.

Plot[edit]

Warner Baxter plays a security guard, wounded in a robbery of furs, who arouses the suspicions of an insurance investigator. The guard may or may not be a chemist who's been missing for seven years, declared dead, and whose widow collected $200,000 on his insurance policy.

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