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Trapped (1949 film)

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Trapped (1949 film)

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Richard Fleischer
Produced by Bryan Foy
Screenplay by Earl Felton
George Zuckerman
Story by Earl Felton
George Zuckerman
Starring Lloyd Bridges
Barbara Payton
Music by Sol Kaplan
Cinematography Guy Roe
Edited by Alfred DeGaetano
Contemporary Productions
Distributed by Eagle-Lion Films
Peter Rodgers Organization
Hygo Television Films (1953) (USA, TV)
Alpha Video Distributors (2004) (USA) (DVD)
Genius Entertainment (2002) (USA) (DVD)
Hollywood's Best (2005) (USA) (DVD & VHS)
Mill Creek Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
Passport Video (2006) (USA) (DVD)
Reel Media International (2004 & 2007) (Worldwide) (All-Media)
Teakwood Video (2005) (USA) (DVD & VHS)
Release dates
October 1, 1949 (1949-10-01TUnited States)
Running time
78 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Trapped is a 1949 Lloyd Bridges, Barbara Payton, John Hoyt, and others.[1]

Like many semi-documentaries, the film begins with a voice over footage of the treasury department, telling the story what the department does. Then it quickly begins the story once a woman tries to deposit a twenty-dollar bill at the bank that turns out to be phony.


  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The film tells the story of the U.S. Treasury Department who, with the aid of a counterfeiter, try to track down and stop of counterfeiting ring. The counterfeiter, Tris Stewart (Bridges), serving time in prison, is released under the agreement that he will assist in the capture of the phoney money printers.

Once out of jail Stewart quickly meets up with cigarette girl Meg Dixon (Barbara Payton).


See also


  1. ^ Trapped at the Internet Movie Database.

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