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Chicago Syndicate is a 1955 American crime film directed by Fred F. Sears starring Dennis O'Keefe and Abbe Lane. Accountant and war hero Barry Amsterdam is asked by Chicago newspaper editor David Healey and civic leaders to go undercover and infiltrate the crime syndicate of Arnold Valent, who runs a corrupt insurance business. Valent is believed responsible for murdering bookkeeper Nelson Kern, who had gone to the newspaper with proof of the criminal activity. Barry hears how Kern's wife then committed suicide and daughter Joyce was committed to an institution. That and a $60,000 reward convince him to accept the dangerous job. He goes to a nightclub Valent owns, the Maracas, meeting a woman named Sue Morton who helps him gain access. There he meets Valent's girlfriend, singer Connie Pe...
CHICAGO SYNDICATE" (The Plot) - Kicks off with a murder of a mob accountant who gives inside information to a newspaper man. The syndicate doesn't like the score. The newspaper man tries to get some leading Chicago people plus lawmen together to try to break the Syndicate wide open. They persuade Barry Amsterdam (Dennis O'Keefe), an aspiring accountant dreaming of starting his business to infiltrate the mob and get the lowdown on the crooks. He ends up doing a great job for an accountant! But the mob still has their eyes on him. Great classic street scenes in this crime-noir-drama.film. Starring, Dennis O'Keefe, Abbe Lane, Paul Stewart, Allison Hayes, Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra, Richard H. Cutting, Chris Alcaide, William Challee, John Zaremba, George Brand, and Hugh Sanders. Directed...
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Friends of the Institute for Advanced Study present, "A Conversation with Pia de Jong", Pia de Jong, Columnist and Novelist January 30, 2015 This special Friends Event will feature the novelist and columnist Pia de Jong, who will be reading from her most recent work and discussing her life as a writer in the United States. Since moving to Princeton with her family in 2012, Pia de Jong has written a popular weekly column for the leading Amsterdam daily newspaper, NRC Handelsblad, about her life in the U.S. In the literary tradition of European writers visiting America that includes Alexis de Tocqueville, Isabella Bird, and Alistair Cooke, Pia writes with warmth and insight about the people she encounters and the lessons she has learned. This past summer, the Dutch publisher Prometheus i...
Chicago Syndicate is a 1955 film noir crime film directed by Fred F. Sears starring Dennis O'Keefe and Abbe Lane. Accountant and war hero Barry Amsterdam is asked by Chicago newspaper editor David Healey and civic leaders to go undercover and infiltrate the crime syndicate of Arnold Valent, who runs a corrupt insurance business. Valent is believed responsible for murdering bookkeeper Nelson Kern, who had gone to the newspaper with proof of the criminal activity. Barry hears how Kern's wife then committed suicide and daughter Joyce was committed to an institution. That and a $60,000 reward convince him to accept the dangerous job. He goes to a nightclub Valent owns, the Maracas, meeting a woman named Sue Morton who helps him gain access. There he meets Valent's girlfriend, singer Connie P...
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