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Eyes in the Night (16-Oct-1942)

Director: Fred Zinnemann

Writers: Guy Trosper; Howard Emmett Rogers

From novel: The Odor of Violets by Baynard Kendrick

Musical Score: Lennie Hayton

Producer: Jack Chertok

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Arnold
Actor
18-Feb-1890 26-Apr-1956 You Can't Take It With You
Rosemary DeCamp
Actor
14-Nov-1910 20-Feb-2001 Yankee Doodle Dandy
Reginald Denny
Actor
20-Nov-1891 16-Jun-1967 English actor and RC airplane popularizer
John Emery
Actor
20-May-1905 16-Nov-1964 Rocketship X-M
Ann Harding
Actor
7-Aug-1901 1-Sep-1981 Holiday
Allen Jenkins
Actor
9-Apr-1900 20-Jul-1974 American character actor
Stephen McNally
Actor
29-Jul-1913 4-Jun-1994 Winchester '73
Mantan Moreland
Actor
3-Sep-1902 28-Sep-1973 Birmingham Brown
Barry Nelson
Actor
16-Apr-1920 7-Apr-2007 Yank on the Burma Road
Donna Reed
Actor
27-Jan-1921 14-Jan-1986 The Donna Reed Show
Stanley Ridges
Actor
17-Jul-1890 22-Apr-1951 Black Friday

CAST

with
Edward Arnold   ...   Duncan Maclain
Ann Harding   ...   Norma Lawry
Donna Reed   ...   Barbara Lawry
Stephen McNally   ...   Gabriel Hoffman
Katherine Emery   ...   Cheli Scott
Allen Jenkins   ...   Marty
Stanley Ridges   ...   Hansen
Reginald Denny   ...   Stephen Lawry
John Emery   ...   Paul Gerente
Friday   ...   Himself
Rosemary DeCamp   ...   Vera Hoffman
Erik Rolf   ...   Boyd
Barry Nelson   ...   Busch
Reginald Sheffield   ...   Victor
Steve Geray   ...   Anderson
Mantan Moreland   ...   Alistair

REVIEWS

Review by Julie Fan (posted on 17-May-2010)

Edward Arnold was exceptional, as always, as the blind detective, and Mantan Moreland and Allen Jenkins injected just enough humor to keep this film from being stuffy; however, the actor who stole the show was the German Shepherd who played Friday. His owner/trainer should have been applauded because the dog's timing was impeccable. At times one forgot that he was an animal actor and not human. One of the best scenes is where he rescues Mantan Moreland and Allen Jenkins. I like this film so much that I purchased it, and I wish that there had been a series of films made with this blind detective.


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