Naked Alibi (1954)

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Movie basic details

Current status - Released
Total runtime - 86 mins.
Release date - 01-10-1954
Release year - 1954
Genres - Crime, Drama, Romance, Thriller

Overall ratings and scores for Naked Alibi:
Happiness Score - 5.907/10, World Popularity Score - 4.085/100, IMDB Score - 6.5, Metascore - N/A, Internet Movie Database - 6.5/10, .
Naked Alibi movie has Total Global Votes - 27, Total IMD Votes - 1,083

Naked Alibi Movie Introduction: Movie Naked Alibi, release year 1954 is written by Lawrence Roman, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater and directed by Jerry Hopper. The leading star-cast in this movie are Sterling Hayden, Gloria Grahame, Gene Barry along with the other stars and crew members.

Movie overview and plot by

Movie in-short: A chief of police detectives fired for brutality, tries to get evidence on a man suspected of killing 3 of his officers.

Movie story-line: Questioned as a murder suspect, solid (but drunk) citizen Al Willis attacks his police questioners, is beaten, and swears vengeance against them. Next night, Lieut. Parks is murdered; Willis is the only suspect in the eyes of tough Chief Conroy, who pursues him doggedly despite lack of evidence. The obsessed Conroy is dismissed from the force, but continues to harass Willis, who flees to a sleazy town on the Mexican border. Of course, Conroy follows. But which is crazy, Conroy or Willis?

Movie synopsis: Questioned as a murder suspect, solid (but drunk) citizen Al Willis attacks his police questioners, is beaten, and swears vengeance against them. Next night, Lieut. Parks is murdered; Willis is the only suspect in the eyes of tough Chief Conroy, who pursues him doggedly despite lack of evidence. The obsessed Conroy is dismissed from the force, but continues to harass Willis, who flees to a sleazy town on the Mexican border. Of course, Conroy follows. But which is crazy, Conroy or Willis?

Highlights - Naked Alibi (1954)

Total budget - $0.00
Total revenue - $0.00
Produced by - Universal International Pictures
Produced in - United States of America
Available languages - English (English),
Homepage URL -
Awards won / Nominations - N/A
Certificate(s) - US : NR

Lead Actors, Writer(s), Director(s) of Naked Alibi (1954)

Lead Actors - Sterling Hayden, Gloria Grahame, Gene Barry
Writer(s) - Lawrence Roman, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater
Director(s) - Jerry Hopper

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What is the release date of Naked Alibi (1954)?
Release date of Naked Alibi (1954) is 01-10-1954.


What is the total runtime of Naked Alibi (1954) in minutes?
Total runtime of Naked Alibi (1954) in minutes is 86 min.


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The budget consumed to produce Naked Alibi (1954) movie is around $0.00.


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What is the pupularity of Naked Alibi (1954)?
Worldwide pupularity of Naked Alibi (1954) movie is 4.085%.


What is the name of the production company of film Naked Alibi (1954)?
Production company of film Naked Alibi (1954) is/are Universal International Pictures, .


Which country the film Naked Alibi (1954) is produced in?
Film production country for the film Naked Alibi (1954) is United States of America, .


Which language the film Naked Alibi (1954) is produced in?
Film Naked Alibi (1954) is produced in English (English), language(s).


Which Genre the film Naked Alibi (1954) belongs to?
Movie Naked Alibi (1954) is categorized under Crime, Drama, Film-Noir genre(s).


Who are the lead actors of the film Naked Alibi (1954)?
Lead actors of the film Naked Alibi (1954) are Sterling Hayden, Gloria Grahame, Gene Barry.


Who is the writer of the film Naked Alibi (1954)?
The writer(s) of the film Naked Alibi (1954) is/are Lawrence Roman, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater.


Who is the director of the film Naked Alibi (1954)?
The director(s) of the film Naked Alibi (1954) is/are Jerry Hopper.


Which awards, nominations and recognitions are won by Naked Alibi (1954) movie?
Movie Naked Alibi (1954) has N/A awards and nomination in it's profile.


What is the story of Naked Alibi (1954) in-short?
Short plot of movie Naked Alibi (1954): A chief of police detectives fired for brutality, tries to get evidence on a man suspected of killing 3 of his officers..


What is the full story of Naked Alibi (1954) movie?
Full plot of movie Naked Alibi (1954): Questioned as a murder suspect, solid (but drunk) citizen Al Willis attacks his police questioners, is beaten, and swears vengeance against them. Next night, Lieut. Parks is murdered; Willis is the only suspect in the eyes of tough Chief Conroy, who pursues him doggedly despite lack of evidence. The obsessed Conroy is dismissed from the force, but continues to harass Willis, who flees to a sleazy town on the Mexican border. Of course, Conroy follows. But which is crazy, Conroy or Willis?.


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List of full Starcast and crew members of Naked Alibi (1954)

Full Starcast:

profie photo of Sterling HaydenName: Sterling Hayden
Character: Joe E. Conroy

profie photo of Gloria GrahameName: Gloria Grahame
Character: Marianna

profie photo of Gene BarryName: Gene Barry
Character: Al Willis

profie photo of Marcia HendersonName: Marcia Henderson
Character: Helen Willis

profie photo of Max ShowalterName: Max Showalter
Character: Det. Lt. Parks (as Casey Adams)

profie photo of Billy ChapinName: Billy Chapin
Character: Petey

profie photo of Chuck ConnorsName: Chuck Connors
Character: Capt. Owen Kincaide

profie photo of Don HaggertyName: Don Haggerty
Character: Matt Matthews

profie photo of Stuart RandallName: Stuart Randall
Character: Chief A. S. Babcock

profie photo of Don GarrettName: Don Garrett
Character: Tony

profie photo of Richard BeachName: Richard Beach
Character: Felix

profie photo of Tol AveryName: Tol Avery
Character: Irish

profie photo of Paul LevittName: Paul Levitt
Character: Gerald Frazier

profie photo of Fay RoopeName: Fay Roope
Character: F.J. O'Day

profie photo of Joseph MellName: Joseph Mell
Character: Otto Stoltz

Crew Members:

profie photo of Leslie I. CareyName: Leslie I. Carey
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Sound

profie photo of Alexander GolitzenName: Alexander Golitzen
Department: Art
Job/Role: Art Direction

profie photo of Russell A. GausmanName: Russell A. Gausman
Department: Art
Job/Role: Set Decoration

profie photo of Rosemary OdellName: Rosemary Odell
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Costume Design

profie photo of Russell MettyName: Russell Metty
Department: Camera
Job/Role: Director of Photography

profie photo of Bud WestmoreName: Bud Westmore
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Makeup Artist

profie photo of Joan St. OeggerName: Joan St. Oegger
Department: Costume & Make-Up
Job/Role: Hairstylist

profie photo of Ross HunterName: Ross Hunter
Department: Production
Job/Role: Producer

profie photo of Lawrence RomanName: Lawrence Roman
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Screenplay

profie photo of J. Robert BrenName: J. Robert Bren
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Story

profie photo of Gladys AtwaterName: Gladys Atwater
Department: Writing
Job/Role: Story

profie photo of Jerry HopperName: Jerry Hopper
Department: Directing
Job/Role: Director

profie photo of Al ClarkName: Al Clark
Department: Editing
Job/Role: Editor

profie photo of Tom ShawName: Tom Shaw
Department: Directing
Job/Role: Assistant Director

profie photo of Joseph GershensonName: Joseph Gershenson
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Music Supervisor

profie photo of Emrich NicholsonName: Emrich Nicholson
Department: Art
Job/Role: Art Direction

profie photo of Ray JeffersName: Ray Jeffers
Department: Art
Job/Role: Set Decoration

profie photo of Robert PritchardName: Robert Pritchard
Department: Sound
Job/Role: Sound

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Reviews Section

rated 2.5 out of 5
June 23, 2021

Killer of Family Man. Naked Alibi is directed by Jerry Hopper and adapted to screenplay by Lawrence Roman from the story “Cry Copper” by Gladys Atwater and J. Robert Bren. It stars Sterling Hayden, Gloria Grahame, Gene Barry and Marcia Henderson. Music is by Joseph Gershenson and cinematography by Russell Metty. Urgh! It’s one of those lesser grade film noir movies from the classic cycle that should have been super, but isn’t. It’s also a Sterling Hayden film that gives his knockers ammunition to call him wooden, yet the tedious direction of Hooper and all round over staging of the production is what’s at fault here. Plot has Barry (over acting) as a suspected cop killer who walks free to apparently wreak more misery on the police force. Hayden’s stoic and robust detective is not having a bit of it and becomes obsessed with bringing Barry’s edgy character to justice. Grahame slinks into view in shapely fashion after half hour of film, to naturally stir the hornet’s nest still further. The potential is there for a hot-to-trot noir of psychological substance, a peek under the skin of men teetering on the thin line separating good and bad. Sadly it’s all so laborious and fake, the male actors indulging in what I call auto-cue acting as they act out badly staged scenes. Grahame comes out of it relatively unscathed, while Metty gives the production an atmosphere it doesn’t deserve with some slats and shads dalliances. But really it’s average at best and the cast are wasted. 5/10


-- John Chard

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