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  1. How funny that the opening theme to this film is the same tune ("Street Scene" by Alfred Newman, I believe) is also used in the overture for How To Marry a Millionaire.

  2. I don't think Carole Landis was in a lot of movies. I know she died really young at age 29 from suicide in 1948. Most of Betty Grable's movies were musicals.

  3. This is so much better than the remake !! Word was that Victor Mature was not anything like the characters he played in real life but he was man enough to admit it !! Still enjoy most movies he was in Thanks V.M.

  4. this movie is real to life. The cop wanted Vic to take the fall for the murder and he knew who did it. just like the cops today. nothing changes just the year.

  5. I saw this movie about 50 years ago through a noisy 16 mm. proyector as well as other great Fox's of the period here where I was born in Uruguay, South America. Now I've watched it in my 10 inches tablet with perfect resolution and without extra noises. I would prefer a larger screen but I have not one. An interesting crime plot. The two actresses starred together in "Moon over Miami" as sisters too. Carol Landis had a tragic end by
    committing suicide at 29 after a crazy stream of five or six marriages that began at 15. Thank you very much.

  6. I swear, Elisha Cook Jr. is like in every movie. He's never the lead guy, but in every movie I've seen him in (maybe 10 films), he always has a memorable supporting role. I've seen him in movies like "Born to Kill", "Phantom Lady", "The Maltese Falcon", "Shane", "The Killing", "Stranger on the Third Floor", "Rosemary's Baby" and a couple others.

  7. I never be able to believe Mr.Laird Cregar was that time below the 30's! Due to have rare attractive talent, so early die had come to him.

  8. Carole Landis committed suicide when Rex Harrison wouldn't marry her. She also had an affair with Darryl F. Zanuck. This movie turns out to be a great love story, an everyman's story.

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