Johnny O'Clock (1947) High-class gambler gets in trouble with the law. Selfish and non-committal by nature, Johnny slowly begins to return Nancy's affection and decides to run away with her, but conflict within his business threatens their plans. Charlie Jim Bannon. Chuck Blayden Mabel Paige. Inspector Koch Ellen Drew. Decent noir with a fine cast but Powell seems disengaged in the lead. Johnny O'Clock Evelyn Keyes. Director: Robert Rossen Writers: Robert Rossen (screen play), Milton Holmes (original story) … Johnny O'Clock is a 1947 American film noir crime film written and directed by Robert Rossen, based on a story by Milton Holmes.The drama features Dick Powell, Evelyn Keyes, and Lee J. Cobb, with Jeff Chandler making his film debut in a small role. Guido Marchettis (as 'S. Full Cast & Crew: Johnny O'Clock (1947) Cast (62) Dick Powell. Thomas Gomez') John Kellogg. Harriet Hobson Thomas Gomez. Johnny O'Clock (1947) High-class gambler gets in trouble with the law. Nancy Hobson Lee J. Cobb. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0039515/ Nelle Marchettis Nina Foch. Guido has blind faith in Johnny, but behind his back, Guido’s wife, Nelle, played by a forgettable Ellen Drew, who also was in a relationship with Johnny, wants to continue loving Johnny. Johnny O'Clock Charlie (1947) The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Joe (1946) Somewhere in the Night Hospital Medical Attendant (1946) Johnny O’Clock When an employee at an illegal gambling den dies suspiciously, her sister, Nancy, looks into the situation and falls for Johnny O’Clock, a suave partner in the underground casino. Slatternly Woman Tenant What to Watch Latest Trailers IMDb TV IMDb Originals IMDb Picks IMDb Podcasts Awards & Events Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events Johnny O'Clock Johnny O'Clock (1947) Cornered Laurence Gerard (1945) Murder, My Sweet Philip Marlowe (1944) Jan 19, 2014. The plot goes as followed: Johnny O’Clock, played by a bland Dick Powell, works as a partner for a casino boss named Guido, played by a blander Thomas Gomez. When an employee at an illegal gambling den dies suspiciously, her sister, Nancy, looks into the situation and falls for Johnny O'Clock, a suave partner in the underground casino. Audience Reviews for Johnny O'Clock. Johnny O'Clock Card Player (1947) Dead Reckoning Man (1947) The Magnificent Rogue Headwaiter (1946)