Appointment with Danger (1951) was a Film Noir - Drama Film directed by Lewis Allen and produced by Robert Fellows.
THE ALAN LADD BLOGATHON: Appointment with Danger (1950)on Sep 4, 2019 From Caftan Woman
Pale Writer Gabriela is hosting The Man Who Would Be Shane: The Alan Ladd Blogathon on September 3-6. Click HERE for the tributes to the beloved star. The danger alluded to in the title of this film is in the form of a gang with plans for a big heist from the Postal Service, specifically one member... Read full article
Day Two of Noirvember: Appointment with Danger (1950)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 2, 2017 From Shadows and Satin
Watching the beginning of this Alan Ladd starrer for the first time, you wouldn?t think it has much promise. As the camera shows us the inside of a cavernous post office, the narrator extols the virtue of the postal service: ?The citizens of this country own it, work in it, and use it. All day, ever... Read full article
APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER (1951)By Mark on Aug 10, 2010 From Where Danger Lives
Let me tell you about you, Al. That badge and a few law books have turned you into a nut. You don’t like anybody. You don’t believe anybody. You don’t trust anybody. You think everybody has a pitch. Everybody has. Double Indemnity is a damn good movie. When peop... Read full article
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Joe Regas: You look as if you just lost your best friend.
Al Goddard: I'm my best friend.
Joe Regas: That's what I said.
Dodie: I'm just shopping. They got some new records in. Do you like Bop?
Al Goddard: Bop? Is that where everybody plays a different tune at the same time?
Dodie: You just haven't heard enough of it.
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