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The first film noir to feature a black protagonist, this “sharp, hard, suspenseful” caper (The New York Times) boasts a great jazz score by John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet. Starring Harry Belafonte as Johnny Ingram, a nightclub entertainer who is addicted to gambling and gets involved with a bank robbery, it was the first movie to be both directed and produced by Robert Wise, and was cutting-edge in its portrayal of racial prejudice.