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<p>THE ENFORCER¸1951, Warner Bros., 87 min. D.A. Humphrey Bogart is after the head of Murder, Inc. (Everett Sloane) but is foiled when star witness Ted de Corsia "falls" from a highrise. Bogart gets the back story on the murder racket, presented in flashbacks. Raoul Walsh (WHITE HEAT) reputedly helmed the majority of the film uncredited, when director Bretaigne Windust fell ill. </p> <p>CONVICTED, 1950, Sony Repertory, 91 min. Dir. Henry Levin. A tough remake of Howard Hawks' THE CRIMINAL CODE. Glenn Ford accidentally kills the drunken son of a politician in a barfight and is sentenced to the pen for manslaughter, despite sympathetic D.A. Broderick Crawford. Co-starring Dorothy Malone.</p>