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Investigated by the F.B.I., O.S.S. or Treasury Department

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I just love these kinds of stories:

THE HOUSE ON 92ND STREET (1945)...the F.B.I. plays a central role, led by Lloyd Nolan
THE STREET WITH NO NAME (1948)...the F.B.I. again, with Lloyd Nolan reprising his earlier role
WALK EAST ON BEACON! (1952)...George Murphy is employed by the F.B.I.
THE F.B.I. STORY (1959)...James Stewart reports to duty

O.S.S. (1946)...Alan Ladd works for the Office of Strategic Services, a forerunner of the C.I.A.
CLOAK AND DAGGER (1946)..this time Gary Cooper signs up with the O.S.S.
NOTORIOUS (1946)...Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman team up for the O.S.S.
13 RUE MADELEINE (1948)...also involves the O.S.S., with James Cagney training new agents
CAPTAIN CAREY U.S.A. (1950)...Alan Ladd returns to work for the O.S.S.

T-MEN (1947)...Dennis O'Keefe investigates counterfeiting on behalf of the Treasury Department
TRAPPED (1949)...Lloyd Bridges is a reformed counterfeiter helping the Treasury Department

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In Charade, Audrey Hepburn's character gets a request from Walter Matthau's character to help find the money which her late husband supposedly left with her...

I can't say any more than that about this film without giving away the story.

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