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In a Lonely Place (17-May-1950)

Director: Nicholas Ray

Writers: Dorothy B. Hughes; Edmund H. North; Andrew Solt

Musical Score by: George Antheil

Producer: Robert Lord

Keywords: Drama, Film Noir

Hollywood screenwriter Dixon Steele is suspected of murdering his girlfriend until his neighbor Laurel Gray clears him, having seen the woman leave his apartment. He and Laurel become lovers, and Dixon reveals a darker and violent side; perhaps he is not as innocent of the crime as she thought. Entered 2007 into the National Film Registry.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morris Ankrum
Actor
27-Aug-1896 2-Sep-1964 Invaders from Mars
Humphrey Bogart
Actor
25-Dec-1899 14-Jan-1957 Casablanca
Gloria Grahame
Actor
28-Nov-1923 5-Oct-1981 The Bad and the Beautiful
Frank Lovejoy
Actor
28-Mar-1912 2-Oct-1962 The Hitch-Hiker
Carl Benton Reid
Actor
14-Aug-1893 16-Mar-1973 The Little Foxes
Martha Stewart
Actor
7-Oct-1922 25-Feb-2012 In a Lonely Place
Robert Warwick
Actor
9-Oct-1878 6-Jun-1964 Alias Jimmy Valentine

CAST

Humphrey Bogart   ...   Dixon Steele
with
Gloria Grahame   ...   Laurel Gray
Frank Lovejoy   ...   Det. Brub Nicolai
Carl Benton Reid   ...   Capt. Lochner
Art Smith   ...   Mel Lippman
Jeff Donnell   ...   Sylvia Nicolai
Martha Stewart   ...   Mildred Atkinson
Robert Warwick   ...   Charlie Waterman
Morris Ankrum   ...   Lloyd Barnes
William Ching   ...   Ted Barton
Steven Geray   ...   Paul
Hadda Brooks   ...   Singer

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