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City That Never Sleeps Overview:

City That Never Sleeps (1953) was a Film Noir - Drama Film directed by John H. Auer and produced by John H. Auer.

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THE GOOD COP, BAD COP BLOGATHON: City That Never Sleeps (1953)

on Mar 28, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Eva of Coffee, Classics and Craziness is hosting The Good Cop, Bad Cop blogathon on March 28th to 31st. Click HERE to see who follows the straight and narrow, and who goes for the payoff. "Night brings our troubles to light, rather than banishes them." - Seneca the elder Paula Ramond, Gig You... Read full article


THE GOOD COP, BAD COP BLOGATHON: City That Never Sleeps (1953)

on Mar 28, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Eva of Coffee, Classics and Craziness is hosting The Good Cop, Bad Cop blogathon on March 28th to 31st. Click HERE to see who follows the straight and narrow, and who goes for the payoff. "Night brings our troubles to light, rather than banishes them." - Seneca the elder Paula Ramond, Gig You... Read full article


Day 26 of Noirvember: City That Never Sleeps (1953)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 26, 2017 From Shadows and Satin

I fell in love with this movie the first time I saw it. I can?t exactly put my finger on what it was that took such a hold of me ? maybe it?s the way it opens with a voiceover by the city itself. (?I am the city . . . I am the voice, the heartbeat of this giant, sprawling, sordid and beautiful, poor... Read full article


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Sgt. Joe, the 'Voice of Chicago': So, you're leaving the police and your wife?
Johnny Kelly: Yeah, starting from scratch.


Sally 'Angel Face' Connors: When I first came to this town I was gonna be - oh, there were a lot of things I was gonna do. Become famous. But Chicago's the big melting pot, and I got melted, but good.


Penrod Biddel: I tried my best to help you the same as I helped others in the past. You, Lydia, the first time I saw you...
Lydia Biddel: [Interrupting] I was selling coffee and hamburgers behind a counter in a railroad station.
Penrod Biddel: Yes, I had an hour to kill.
Lydia Biddel: [Bitterly] And you used it to murder years of my life.


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