Fifth about The Seventh

Union Station

Union Station: capable, entertaining crime drama, but ultimately conventional to a fault. For a converted DP as a director, Rudolph Maté creates a very bland and plain film visually. However, he has a good cast to work with, and while both William Holden and Barry Fitzgerald have been in better vehicles, their presence lifts this one from being fully ordinary.

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