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Tim Holt Tuesday #14: Hitler's Children (1942) DVD Review.

Directed by Edward Dmytryk
Produced by Edward A. Golden
Screen Plat by Emmet Lavery
Based on the novel Education For Death by Gregor Ziemer
Director Of Photography: Russell Metty, ASC… 545 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - The Sniper, 1952 (dir. Edward Dmytryk)

Police Lt. Frank Kafka: All I have to do is catch him.
Dr. James G. Kent: You’ll catch ’em, and they’ll kill ’em, and everyone will forget about it.

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Movie Quote Of The Day

Brilliant Mirage is a Little-Known Masterpiece and Way Ahead of Its Time

This is one of my all-time favourites. Mirage stars Gregory Peck, he’s pictured here with co-star the beautiful Diane Baker… She’s the one Sean Connery should have fallen in love with in the Hitchcock’s film Marnie. 136 more words


At the Drive-In: "The Sniper" (1952)

Eddie Miller is a different breed of man. He’s the predecessor to Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver and Louis Bloom in Nightcrawler. A sex fiend and a creep. 802 more words


Confessions of Boston Blackie (1941)

Since I’m still here in Boston…….

Edward Dmytryk steps into the directors chair for the second Chester Morris outing as the famed jewel thief gone straight. 454 more words

Daily Take

Summer Under the Stars-Adolphe Menjou

Sometimes he was the good guy but mostly the bad. I always picture him as playing the dapper ‘snidely whiplash’ parts in movies. Can you imagine in 1947 a 26 year old Deanna Durbin’s surprise when the man who played her father in 1937’s 100 Men and a Girl was now at age 57 going to play the guy that was hitting on her and chasing her around his apartment in the movie ‘I’ll Be Yours’. 51 more words

Film Noir

One Frame

Dick Powell as Phillip Marlowe in “Murder My Sweet” 1944

One of the best movie versions of Raymond Chandler’s novel directed by the great Edward Dmytryk. 17 more words