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Man Hunt Overview:

Man Hunt (1941) was a Drama - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Fritz Lang and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Kenneth Macgowan.

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on Jul 19, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is hosting a blogathon salute to Joan Bennett running from July 19th - 21st. Click HERE to enjoy the contributions. The history of humankind is in our fight against evil. In our Industrial and Technological ages, it is the fight against fascism... Read full article

Brenda Starr, Reporter (1945, Wallace Fox), Chapter 6: Man Hunt

By Andrew Wickliffe on Dec 7, 2017 From The Stop Button

Man Hunt is exasperating. All of it. Copper Kane Richmond, who didn?t have the most fantastic part of the previous chapter?s cliffhanger, gets all the resolution. When the story gets back to Joan Woodbury, her initial shock has worn off and she?s just trying to get Wheeler Oakman to leave her alone.... Read full article

Man Hunt (1941)

on Nov 26, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film

Before Twilight Time’s recent release I’d never heard of Man Hunt, odd considering it’s directed by acclaimed director Fritz Lang, and starring 1940s heavy-hitters Walter Pidgeon, George Sanders, and Joan Bennett. This could be partly based on the WWII-setting and its encouraging p... Read full article

After the Silents: Man Hunt (1941)

By Fritzi Kramer on Jan 23, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on January 23, 2014 in After the Silents, Blog Here’s a good rule of thumb for all you would-be classic Hollywood heroes: If you are a professional hunter and you run into a dapper fellow who claims to be your biggest fan, run. He will always turn out to be a sociopath bent on... Read full article

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Vaner: Have you committed a crime?
Captain Alan Thorndike: No.
Vaner: Was it, um, about a woman?
Captain Alan Thorndike: [smiling] I see you know life.
Vaner: I thought so. They're a dickens of a problem, aren't they, sir?

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When this movie was made, America was not part of World War II. At this time, a number of Hollywood studios were pro-American involvement in the war. This movie is one of a number of films made during the late 1930s and early 1940s that represented pro-American intervention in the war. These films include: A Yank in the R.A.F., Man Hunt, Foreign Correspondent, The Mortal Storm, Confessions of a Nazi Spy and Sergeant York.
When Thorndike (Pidgeon) is captured, the George Sanders character inspects his belongings including his rifle, which bears the maker's name of "Hammond and Hammond, Bond Street". There was no such gunsmith in the UK and it seems likely the name is borrowed from a very famous gunsmith called Holland and Holland of Bruton Street, which is situated nearby.
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