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Among the Living (1941) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Stuart Heisler and produced by Sol C. Siegel and Colbert Clark.

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Day 30 of Noirvember: Millie Pickens in Among the Living (1941)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 30, 2021 From Shadows and Satin

The final post for Noirvember 2021 shines the spotlight on a gal who?s often more femme than fatale: Millie Pickens in Among the Living (1941). WHAT?S AMONG THE LIVING ABOUT? Nestled in a category I think of as Gothic noir, Among the Living tells the story of a millionaire, John Baden (Albert Dekker... Read full article

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Mrs. Pickens: I had one of them Frenchmen living here last year. Honest to goodness every time you'd turn 'round, that Frenchman was grabbin' your hand and kissing until he'd like to pull the skin off.

[Eyeing Raden's bankroll]
Millie Pickens: Say, if I had a wad of folding dough like that I'd go right out and buy an outfit that would knock this neighborhood cockeyed!

[Not knowing Paul is the escaped serial killer, Millie gives him a gun and suggests they search the deserted Raden estate to earn the reward for his capture]
Paul Raden: You're not afraid -- at all?
Millie Pickens: For five thousand dollars, I'm not afraid of anything, not even death!

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One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
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Also directed by Stuart Heisler

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Also produced by Sol C. Siegel

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Also released in 1941

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