Human Desire is a 1954 American film noir drama film directed by Fritz Lang and starring Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame and Broderick Crawford. A Korean War vet returns to his job as a railroad engineer and becomes involved in an affair with a co-worker’s wife following a murder on a train where they meet. Glenn Ford and Gloria Grahame worked with director Fritz Lang the year before in the film noir classic The Big Heat (1953). Glenn Ford starred with Broderick Crawford in two more movies: Convicted (1950) and The Fastest Gun Alive (1956). Broderick Crawford also appeared in the episode “Requiem for Miss Madrid (Episode 11)” from Glenn Ford’s TV series Cade’s County (1971-72).