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(1950)
Movie In A Lonely Place
Title In A Lonely Place
Original title In a Lonely Place
Year 1950
Director Nicholas Ray
Genre Drama, Romance, Film-Noir, Thriller, Mystery
Plot – Dixon Steele is a Hollywood screenwriter, gifted but with a violent and irascible personality. He's involved in the murder of a wardrobe mistress: as he is the last person she has met before dying, the police suspects him because of his character, but his neighbor actress Laurel testifies in his favor. The friendship between Dixon and Laurel becomes love, but she isn't completely sure of his innocence and their relationship falls into a crisis. In order to reconcile the two lovers, it won't be enough to discover the real culprit is the boyfriend of the victim.
All actors – Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy, Carl Benton Reid, Art Smith, Jeff Donnell, Martha Stewart, Robert Warwick, Morris Ankrum, William Ching, Steven Geray, Hadda Brooks, Pat Barton, Guy Beach, David Bond, Hazel Boyne, Laura K. Brooks, Charles Cane, Jack Chefe, Oliver Cross, George Davis, Melinda Erickson, Arno Frey, Ruth Gillette, Billy Gray, Joy Hallward, Don Hamin, Myron Healey, Lewis Howard, Jack Jahries, Mike Lally, Tony Layng, Robert Lowell, Frank Marlowe, Harold Miller, John Mitchum, Allen Pinson, Jack Reynolds, Davis Roberts, Michael Romanoff, Jack Santoro, Cosmo Sardo, Alix Talton, Evelyn Underwood, June Vincent, Ruth Warren
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