Manpower (1941) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Raoul Walsh and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Mark Hellinger.
Manpower(1941)- Exciting setting and strong cast.By Dawn on Apr 19, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Manpower(1941). Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Dietrich, and George Raft. The memorable posters for the movie stated, "Robinson - He's mad about Dietrich. Dietrich - She's mad about Raft. Raft - He's mad about the whole thing." The film was written by Richard Macauley and Jerry Wald. Director: Ra... Read full article
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Hank 'Gimpy' McHenry: [Last Lines] Did anyone yell headache when I was coming down?
Johnny Marshall: Sure.
Hank 'Gimpy' McHenry: I'm glad nobody got hurt.
Dolly: You know, Smiley, there's one grand consolation about working in this dump. You can't get any lower.
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While visiting his friend George Raft on the set, Bugsy Siegel was introduced to Virginia Hill. In the scene where Raft gets into a brawl with Barton MacLane, Hill appears as the hat-check girl to whom Raft gives a smashed chair as he leaves the nightclub. The brawl scene and Bugsy Siegel's first meeting with Virginia Hill on the gas station movie set are recreated in Bugsy.
Humphrey Bogart was originally cast in this film, but George Raft refused to work with him.
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