The Clay Pigeon is an American film noir directed by Richard Fleischer and written by Carl Foreman, based on a true story. The drama features Bill Williams, Barbara Hale, Richard Quine, and others. Jim Fletcher , a former inmate in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp, awakes from a coma at a naval hospital, only to be told he's been accused of murder. Fletcher is not quite certain of his guilt so he escapes from the hospital in search of his best friend, another ex-POW. Time Out film reviews wrote of the film, "Directed by Fleischer with tight, spare energy, although the implausible script and...
|Release date:||June 29, 1949|
|Directed by:||Richard Fleischer|
|Music by:||Paul Sawtell|
|Cinematography:||Robert De Grasse|