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Future Oscar -winning producer Walter Mirisch (In the Heat of the Night) broke into the film business at poverty-row studio Monogram Pictures, with his first film "FALL GUY" in 1947, based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich. The next year Mirisch brought another production derived from a Woolrich work to the studio, with this 1948 Film-noir with a modest budget, a little-known cast, and directed by screen veteran William Nigh. The result was "I WOULDN'T BE IN YOUR SHOES", a captivating tale about a down-on-his luck dancer set-up to be wrongly accused of murder (Don Castle), and the efforts of his devoted wife (Elyse Knox) to prove his innocence against all odds. Virtually unseen for decades, and now restored from original nitrate elements, this little gem of a film will impress new audiences and once seen, not soon be forgotten.
Run Time 72:00
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1
Color B/W B&W