|The Iron Curtain|
|Directed by||William Wellman|
|Produced by||Sol C. Siegel|
|Written by||Igor Gouzenko
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Cinematography||Charles G. Clarke|
|Editing by||Louis R. Loeffler|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation|
|Release date(s)||May 12, 1948|
|Running time||87 minutes|
The Iron Curtain is a 1948 black-and-white thriller film starring Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney. The film was supposedly based on the memoirs of Igor Gouzenko. The film was directed by William Wellman with photography done on location in Ottawa, Canada by Charles G. Clarke. The film was later re-released as Behind the Iron Curtain.
In Shostakovich v. Twentieth Century-Fox, Russian composer Dmitry Shostakovich unsuccessfully sued the film's distributor, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, in New York court, for using musical works of his that had fallen into the public domain.