Incident in an Alley
|Incident in an Alley|
|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Edward Small (executive)|
Robert E. Kent
|Written by||Owen Harris|
|Based on||story by Rod Serling|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
A policeman must prove the teenager he shot was a delinquent.
The film was based on a TV play by Rod Serling which had aired in 1955 as part of the US Steel Hour starring Farley Granger. It was announced almost immediately the show would be turned into a play, Line of Duty as well as a film by United Artists. Clarence Greene and Russell Rouse were assigned producing duties on the film, with Serling himself doing the script. However it took several years for the film to be made.
Chris Warfield impressed Edward Small so much the producer used him again on Diary of a Madman.
- Review at Film Monthly accessed 19 May 2013
- J. P. SHANLEY (24 Nov 1955). "TV: True Life 'Incident': ' U. S. Steel Hour' Has Story of Policeman". New York Times. p. 59.
- THOMAS M. PRYOR Special to The New York Times. (28 Nov 1955). "M-G-M SIGNS TRIO FOR 'HIGH SOCIETY': Crosby, Sinatra and Grace Kelly to Star in New Film of 'Philadelphia Story'". New York Times. p. 27.
- THOMAS M. PRYOR Special to The New York Times. (9 Aug 1956). "FOX SIGNS WALD FOR 18 PICTURES: Producer to Set-Up His Own Organization at Studio Under 5-Year Contract Carnera Loses Bout Of Local Origin". New York Times. p. 22.
- GILBERT MILLSTEIN (2 Dec 1956). "'Patterns' of a Television Playwright: 'Patterns' of a TV Playwright". New York Times. p. SM13.
- Thompson, Howard (17 May 1962). "Incident in an Alley' Dabbles in Morals: The Cast". New York Times. p. 31.
- Scott, John L (17 July 1962). "'Brothers Grimm' Has World Preview: First Dramatic Production Shown on Cinerama Screen". Los Angeles Times. p. C7.