A showgirl working for an inventor battles crooks out to steal his ideas.
Neville is literally dragged to an unlikely breakfast with President Jack Davis.
Director and star Robert Montgomery in his introduction of himself, as Raymond Chandler's detective, and 'you,' as the first-hand viewer, beginning the subjective-camera feature Lady In The Lake, 1947.
Dick Simmons (as pretty-boy Chris Lavery) addresses the camera and director-star Robert Montgomery (as Raymond Chandler's detective Philip Marlowe) in a relatively brief scene from Lady In The Lake, 1947.
A ruthless gambler's rise to power is cut short by character flaws in Silver River (1948) starring Errol Flynn.
Give director and star Robert Montgomery credit right off the bat, going full-Christmas with the opening credits, then hitting the sour note, in the subjective-camera experiment Lady In The Lake, 1947, from Raymond Chandler's novel.
Audrey Totter (as editor 'Adrienne Fromset') is the subject of director-star Robert Montgomery's camera, who, as Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe, appears in a mirror, in this early scene from Lady In The Lake, 1947.
After successful brain surgery which he long resisted, war vet and father Kenet (Robert Taylor), still believing he killed his wife, seeks release, doctors Lorrison (Audrey Totter), Poward (Warner Anderson) and especially Dunlap (Moroni Olsen) evaluating, in High Wall, 1947.
Brain trauma patient, war vet and dad Kenet (Robert Taylor), institutionalized for killing his wife and believing he's guilty, with guard Delaney (Ray Mayer) then doctor Ann Lorrison (Audrey Totter), complex tensions in director Curtis Bernhardt's High Wall, 1947.
Director Curtis Bernhardt with tight control of his opening, finding businessman Whitcombe (Herbert Marshall) in a bar, with his assistant (Eula Guy) at the office, then a freaky introduction of leading man Robert Taylor, in High Wall, 1947, co-starring Audrey Totter.
Brain-injured combat vet Kenet (Robert Taylor) taken to his cell, convinced he must have killed his wife, while doctors (Morris Ankrum, Moroni Olsen, Warner Anderson and Audrey Totter as Ann Lorrison) stick to prodecure, early in director Curtis Bernhardt's High Wall, 1947.
Shadowed -- A group of friends must survive a night in the wilderness after one of them is found stabbed to death. The dilemma is whether the killer is out in the woods, or is one of their own. The answer depends on unraveling the six month old mystery of their frien
Who knew, that Elia Kazan directed Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, as New Mexico cattle baron Col. Jim Brewton and his new from St. Louis wife Lutie, taking in lots of landscape, in their first extended scene together, in The Sea Of Grass, 1947.
Cattle baron Brewton (Spencer Tracy, his first scene), his bride-to-be (Katharen Hepburn) just in from St. Louis observing, as the judge (Robert Barratt) presides over a bent verdict in his favor, plaintiff's lawyer Chamberlain (Melvyn Douglas) infuriated, early in The Sea Of Grass, 1947.
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