Crossfire - Noirish police procedural from 1947, with Robert Young trying to trap the killer of a Jewish veteran. Crossfire was notable for touching on the topic of anti-Semetism, which hadn’t really been addressed. Despite the presence of Robert Mitchum and Robert Ryan as the killer, I always remember Young’s ultra-cool cop in this one. He has a great monologue comparing the murder of the Jewish man to the long-ago murder of his Irish Catholic grandfather, and his method of trapping Ryan at the end is so clever and simple that I want to applaud. Also highly recommended.