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|Post Office Investigator|
|Directed by||George Blair|
|Produced by||Sidney Picker (associate producer)|
|Written by||John K. Butler|
|Music by||Stanley Wilson|
|Edited by||Harold Minter|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
Post Office Investigator is a 1949 black and white American crime film about the theft of postage stamps, directed by George Blair, and starring Audrey Long, Warren Douglas and Jeff Donnell. Allmovie called it a "diligent Republic programmer."
A young postman becomes involved in the theft of rare stamps featuring inverted images of the Statue of Liberty. Along the way he encounters attractive criminal Clara Kelso, double-crossing gang members, and Post Office Inspectors, before finally capturing the crooks.
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- "Post Office Investigator Review". Movies.tvguide.com. Retrieved August 24, 2014.
- "Film Noir of the Week: Post Office Investigator (1949)". Noiroftheweek.com. Retrieved August 24, 2014.
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