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Film Noir: see Film & GBH Films & Southern Films & Spy Films & Road Films & Westerns & Science Fiction & Martial Arts Films & Court-Room Films & Cinema & Theatre & Hollywood

Donald Marshman - Night and the City 1950 - The Lost Weekend 1945 - Double Indemnity 1944 - Sunset Boulevard: A Hollywood Story 1950 - The Maltese Falcon 1941 - The Big Sleep 1946 - The Stranger 1946 - Brighton Rock 1947 - The Killers 1946 - White Heat 1949 - Scarlett Street 1945 - In a Lonely Place 1950 - The Frightened CIty 1951 - The Killing 1956 - The Lady From Shanghai 1948 - The Third Man 1949 - DOA 1950 - Pickup on South Street 1953 - Key Largo 1948 - The Asphalt Jungle 1950 - The Sound of Fury 1950 - Killer's Kiss 1955 - Roadblock 1951 - The Big Heat 1953 - Farewell My Lovely 1944 - Farewell, My Lovely 1975 - The Good Die Young 1954 - Outside the Wall 1950 - Criss Cross 1949 - The Captive City 1952 - Cosh Boy 1953 - Sin City 2005 - This Gun for Hire 1942 - Odd Man Out 1947 - They Drive By Night 1938 - Force of Evil 1948 - Crossfire 1947 - Armored Car Robbery 1950 - The Mob 1951 - The Hoodlum 1951 - Breakaway 1955 - The Shop at Sly Corner 1946 - Gelignite Gang 1955 - The Big Steal 1949 - Dark City 1998 - Lady of Deceit 1947 - Hustle 1975 - Kansas City Confidential 1952 - The Crooked Way 1949 - Backfire 1950 - On Dangerous Ground 1952 - Kiss Me Deadly 1955 - They Made Me a Fugitive 1939 - Out of the Past 1947 - A Kiss Before Dying 1956 - Baby Face Nelson 1957 - Call Northside 777 1948 - They Live By Night 1949 - Split Second 1953 - The Hot Spot 1990 - The Delavine Affair 1955 - A Bullet For Joey 1955 - The Desperate Hours 1955 - Beyond a Reasonable Doubt 1956 - Sweet Smell of Success 1957 - Reckless Moment 1949 - Kiss of Death 1947 - The Limping Man 1953 - They Made Me a Killer 1946 - The Hitch-hiker 1953 - I Died a Thousand Times 1955 - The Gangster 1947 -

 

 

20,379.  Night and the City.  The night is tonight.  The City is London.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & Night & London)  Night and the City 1950 starring Richard Widmark & Gene Tierney & Googie Withers & Hugh Marlowe & Francis L Sullivan & Herbert Lom & Stanislaus Zbyszko & Mike Mazurki et al, director Jules Dassin

 

20,380.  This is different, Mary.  This can’t lose.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  him to her

 

20,381.  You got to get hold of yourself.  You can’t go on for ever, always running, always in a sweat.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  her to him

 

20,382.  I just want to be somebody.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  him to her

 

20,383.  I’ll be back with two hundred and you match it.  I’ll show you.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  Harry to Phil

 

20,384.  I know you: born a hustler, you will die a hustler.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  Kristo to Harry

 

20,385.  Your father shall learn Mr Fabian is not an honourable man.  (GBH Films & Honour & Film Noir)  ibid.  Phil to Kristo

 

20,386.  A thousand pounds for the man who gets Fabian.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  Kristo

 

20,387.  Tonight the whole underworld’s after ya.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  Fiddler to Harry

 

20,388.  How much are you selling me for?  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  Harry to Fiddler

 

20,389.  Harry Fabian: stop running.  (GBH Films & Run & Film Noir)  ibid.  Harry

 

20,390.  Harry you could have been anything.  Anything.  You had brains, ambition.  You worked harder than any ten men.  The wrong things.  Always the wrong things.  (GBH Films & Film Noir)  ibid.  her to him

 

 

22,945.  Two bottles of rye.  You know what brand, Mr Brobie, the cheapest.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  The Lost Weekend 1945 starring Ray Milland & Jane Wyman & Phillip Terry & Howard Da Silva & Doris Dowling & Frank Faylen & Mary Young & Anita Sharp-Bolster & Lilian Fontaine et al, director Billy Wilder, Don

 

22,946.  That’s the nice young man who drinks.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Drink)  ibid.  lady in street

 

22,947.  Let me have my vicious circle.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Don to Nat the barman

 

22,948.  It shrinks my liver, doesn’t it?  It pickles my kidneys yes.  But what does it do to my mind?  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.

 

22,949.  He’s a sick person.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Helen to brother

 

22,950.  You better eat something sometime.  This is the morning.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Eat)  ibid.  Nat the barman        

 

22,951.  Love is the hardest thing in the world to write about.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Love & Write)  ibid.  Don to Nat

 

22,952.  I’m not a drinker; I’m a drunk.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Drink & Drunk)  ibid.  Don to Helen

 

22,953.  Most men live lives of quiet desperation.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Men & Despair & Life’s Like That)  ibid.  Don to Helen

 

22,954.  One’s too many, and a hundred’s not enough.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Nat

 

22,955.  This is Hangover Plaza.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  nurse

 

22,956.  Little tiny turkeys in straw hats, midget monkeys coming through the keyholes.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.

 

22,957.  You’ve forgotten what it feels like to be well.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  her to him

 

 

22,926.  Pacific All Risk Insurance Company.  (Film Noir & Murder & Insurance)  Double Indemnity 1944 starring Edward G Robinson & Barbara Stanwyck & Fred MacMurray & Porter Hall & Jean Heather & Tom Powers & Byron Barr & Richard Gaines & Fortunio Bonanova et al, director Billy Wilder, opening scene

 

22,927.  I killed Dietrichson … Yes, I killed him.  For money.  For a woman.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  confession

 

22,928.  What kind of an outfit is this anyway?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Keyes

 

22,929.  You wanna knock him off, don’t ya?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,930.  I’ve told you, it’s got to be the train.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,931.  It’s straight down the line, isn’t it?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him

 

22,932.  Suddenly it came over me that everything would go wrong ... It was the walk of a dead man.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  his confession

 

22,933.  I’m afraid of us; we’re not the same any more.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him 

 

22,934.  Murder’s never perfect – always comes apart sooner or later.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Edward G Robinson

 

22,935.  No I never loved you, Walter.  Not you or anybody else.  I’m rotten to the heart.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him 

 

 

22,936.  This is Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California … a murder has been reported from one of those great big houses.  (Film Noir & Murder)  Sunset Boulevard: A Hollywood Story 1950 starring Gloria Swanson & Erich von Stronheim & William Holden & Nancy Olson & Fred Clark & Lloyd Gough & Jack Webb & Franklyn Farnum et al, director Billy Wilder

 

22,937.  My prospects – they now added up to exactly zero.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Joe

 

22,938.  I am Big – it’s the picture that got small.  (Film Noir & Murder & Film)  ibid.  Norma Desmond

 

22,939.  I wanted the job; I wanted the dough.  (Film Noir & Murder & Job)  ibid.  Joe

 

22,940.  Great stars have great pride.  (Film Noir & Murder & Stars)  ibid.  Norma

 

22,941.  Mad About the Boy.  (Film Noir & Murder & Boy)  ibid.  card-case inscription

 

22,942.  I was her first husband.  (Film Noir & Murder & Husband)  ibid.  Max

 

22,943.  The address is 10086 Sunset Boulevard.  (Film Noir & Murder & Address)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,944.  You’re leaving me.  No you’re not.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Norma to Joe

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