Conflict (1945) was a Film Noir - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and produced by Jack L. Warner and William Jacobs.
Gold Star Families: Performers who lost loved ones in military conflicton May 30, 2021 From Comet Over Hollywood
In honor of Memorial Day, I would like to highlight the loved ones of performers who died in conflict ? from World War I through Vietnam. The term “gold star” (in our title) references families who have lost a loved one in conflict. World War I Edward Gabriel Lester, biological father of... Read full article
CONFLICT (1945) at Noir City 16By Lara on Feb 4, 2018 From Backlots
Noir City 16 comes to a close tonight, and as usual, it was a delightful week packed with great movies and great audiences. The Castro Theatre is unlike any other theater I’ve experienced in its audience enthusiasm and positivity. Watching a movie at the Castro is like having a movie night wit... Read full article
The Conflict Episode of The WaltonsBy Amanda Garrett on Mar 25, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films
Today, I'm writing about my favorite episode of the classic seventies TV show, The Waltons. This article is part of the Favourite TV Show Episode Blogathon hosted by A Shroud of Thoughts. The Waltons creator Earl Hamner Jr. passed away Thursday (March 24) at age 92. Although his death is sad ... Read full article
Conflict – 1945By Bogart Fan on Sep 22, 2013 From The Bogie Film Blog
My Review —Great Hitchcock-like Thriller— Your Bogie Film Fix: out of 5 Bogies! Director: Curtis Bernhardt The Lowdown A wealthy engineer (Humphrey Bogart) murders his wife (Rose Hobart) hoping that he can then move on to her younger sister (Alexis Smith). The only problem? The suppose... Read full article
Noir of the Week Reviews “Conflict”By Pretty Clever Film Gal on Jun 21, 2011 From Pretty Clever Films
While poking about the interwebs, I found this excellent 2006 review of Conflict from Noir of the Week. Sadly, as the review notes, Conflict is still not available on dvd. It does appear to be available from Amazon on something called Vee Aych Ess, whatever that is.? Spoilers ahoy. ConflictHumphrey ... Read full article
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[Richard approaches her]
Kathryn Mason: Why, you're walking, Richard, you're walking without help. How did you get here? Why are you here?... No, Richard, don't!
Prof. Norman Holsworth: You see, Doctor Hamilton belongs to the Freudian school of psychology, he believes that love rather than money is the root of all evil.
Evelyn Turner: It's nothing of the king. Beg your pardon, Doctor Hamilton, but love doesn't always cause unhappiness and trouble. It's been one of man's inspirations for centuries. Why it's been the basis of some of the greatest stories ever written. Look at Romeo and Juliet, Anthony and Cleopatra, Abelard and Eloise.
Richard Mason: Yes but look what happened to them.
Evelyn Turner: Oh Dick that's not fair. You know what I mean, it doesn't matter what happens to people as long as they have something to live for.
Dr. Mark Hamilton: But they didn't live for it, they died for it.
Richard Mason: [on the phone with Lt. Egan] Hello Egan, this is Mason, somebody's been in my house tonight. No nothing has been taken, something's been added, the wedding ring my wife wore when she went away.
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The statue of the Maltese Falcon is clearly displayed as an ornament on the top of the wooden filing cabinet in Det. Lt. Egan's office when Richard visits. A few years earlier, Bogart and Greenstreet has appear in the movie about this statue, by the same name. No reference to it in the dialogue is made.
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