The Glass Web (1953)

Glass Web
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr 21mins.
Genres Crime, Mystery
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
John Verros Actor Fred Abbott 1 1000028
Benny Rubin Actor Tramp Comic 1 1000029
Eddie Parker Actor Tourist 1 1000030
Tom Greenway Actor District Attorney 1 1000031
James Stone Actor Mr Weatherby 1 1000027
Herbert C Lytton Actor Gilbert 1 1000026
Jack Lomas Actor Cliffie 1 1000023
Helen Wallace Actor Mrs Doyle 1 1000024
Howard Wright Actor Weaver 1 1000025
Donald Kerr Actor Paper Man 1 1000032
Jack Arnold Director n/a 2 2000001
Ted J Kent Editor n/a 172 7000001
Joseph Gershenson Music n/a 120781 8000001
Bernard Herzbrun Art Director art direction 183 9000001
Eric Orborn Art Director art direction 183 9000002
Maury Gertsman Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Max Ehrlich Source Material (from novel) n/a 120793 4000003
Albert J Cohen Producer n/a 3 3000001
Robert Blees Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Leonard Lee Screenplay n/a 120778 4000002
Beverly Garland Actor Sally 1 1000022
Eve McVeagh Actor Vviv 1 1000021
Clark Howat Actor Bob Warren 1 1000007
Dick Stewart Actor Everett 1 1000008
Harry Tyler Actor Jake 1 1000009
Jean Willes Actor Sonia 1 1000010
Hugh Sanders Actor Lieutenant Stevens 1 1000006
Richard Denning Actor Dave Markson 1 1000005
John Forsythe Actor Don Newell 1 1000002
Kathleen Hughes Actor Paula Ranier 1 1000003
Marcia Henderson Actor Louise Newell 1 1000004
Paul Dubov Actor Other Man 1 1000011
John Hiestand Actor Announcer 1 1000012
Lance Fuller Actor Ad Lib 1 1000018
Bret Halsey Actor Lew 1 1000019
Kathleen Freeman Actor Mrs O'Halloran 1 1000020
Alice Kelly Actor Waitress 1 1000017
Jack Kelly Actor First Engineer 1 1000016
Bob Nelson Actor Plainclothesman 1 1000013
Jeri Lou James Actor Barbara Newell 1 1000014
Duncan Richardson Actor Jimmy Newell 1 1000015
Edward G Robinson Actor Henry Hayes 1 1000001
Synopsis
A television writer is blackmailed by a co-worker with whom he is having an affair. When he arrives at her house to have it out with her, he discovers that she has been murdered. He becomes the prime suspect while the real killer -- another fellow co-worker who had been being blackmailed by the victim -- begins to fabricate evidence against him. But when the writer discovers who the real killer is he uses the media to catch the true murderer.