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Murder, My Sweet (1944) was a Film Noir - Drama Film directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Adrian Scott and Sid Rogell.

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Ann Grayle: You know, I think you're nuts. You go barging around without a very clear idea of what you're doing. Everybody bats you down, smacks you over the head, fills you full of stuff... and you keep right on hitting between tackle and end. I don't think you even know which SIDE you're on.
Philip Marlowe: I don't know which side anybody's on. I don't even know who's playing today.


Philip Marlowe: Now this is beginning to make sense, in a screwy sort of a way. I get dragged in and get money shoved at me. I get pushed out and get money shoved at me. Everybody pushes me in, everybody pushes me out. Nobody wants me to DO anything. Okay, put a check in the mail. I cost a lot not to do anything. I get restless. Throw in a trip to Mexico.


Philip Marlowe: [about his gun] That's just part of my clothes. I hardly ever shoot anybody with it.


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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onJune 11, 1945 with Dick Powell and Claire Trevor reprising their film roles.
Audiences initially stayed away, thinking that "Farewell My Lovely", its original title, was yet another Dick Powell musical. When the studio changed the title to "Murder My Sweet", box office receipts picked up considerably.
Nat Pendleton is in studio records/casting call lists as a cast member, but did not appear in the film.
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