Footsteps in the Night (1957)

A gambling addict is the logical suspect in the death of a card-playing neighbor who caused his relapse – too logical, think the two detectives on the case. (s: IMDB)

Director: Jean Yarbrough
Written by Albert Band, Elwood Ullman
Starring Bill Elliott, Don Haggerty, Eleanore Tanin, Douglas Dick, James Flavin, Gregg Palmer, Harry Tyler, Ann Griffith, Robert Shayne

This film is in the Public Domain.


38 Replies to “Footsteps in the Night (1957)”

  1. good program music, though like most movies of the time it didn't really fit the actual pop music of the day, probably because pop music was very much in transition in that period.

  2. i like old b&w movies for their simplicity, fine dressings, no nudity & sex scenes, no swearing words, not much technology, no animation, not showing people using drugs sniffing cocaine etc like in modern movies.

  3. Listen you young bubs out dare , even if you got a previous rap sheet , you don't go on the lam when yah didn do notin but discover a dead man . got that mac ? !

  4. Harry Tyler,( playing Dick Harris), represents that legion of fine actors who no one ever remembers. These actors, the very backbone of the film industry, sometimes appeared in more films than the stars. There should be a star for them on the Hollywood Walk of Fame…..without them…….no films.

  5. Does anyone happen to know the name of that swingin' record (yes,record) playing at the beginning
    and later as well? I really dig it, Daddyo. lol Also, what's the name of the band?
    This was a good movie. Thank you!

  6. look at that paycheck $280.OO a week!!!! people were clearing about $60 to $75 a week and look at the taxes compared to today while these commie dems are stealing from us left and right to support there welfare and illegals

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