Once a Thief (1965) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Ralph Nelson and produced by Ralph Nelson, Fred Engel and Jacques Bar.
ONCE A THIEF (1965)By Terry on Oct 4, 2019 From Stardust and Shadows
The little things you find when you walk into a shop – like Alain Delon’s character did? in ONCE A THIEF (1965). This Ralph Nelson directed picture is a stylish thriller from the opening frame to the end titles.? ?The? opening sequence, shot? in a? San Francisco jazz club, features a dru... Read full article
Once a Thief (1935)By John Grant on Aug 1, 2019 From Noirish
UK / 67 minutes / bw / Ambassador Dir: George Pearson Pr: Anthony Havelock-Allan Scr: Basil Mason Story: Robert William Dargavel Cine: Francis Carver Cast: John Stuart, Derek Gorst, Frederick Culley, Nancy Burne, Lewis Shaw, Lola Duncan, Joan Kemp-Welsh, Ronald Shiner. An enjoyable little filler th... Read full article
Warner Archive: Crime and Intrigue in Once a Thief (1965), The Secret Partner (1961) and Signpost to Murder (1964)By KC on Jun 22, 2015 From Classic Movies
I recently watched three very different takes on the 1960s crime thriller now available on DVD from Warner Archive. Once a Thief (1965), The Secret Partner (1961) and Signpost to Murder (1964) tread similar ground, from bleak situations to twisty plots, but each film has its own unusual character. ... Read full article
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Production was delayed several days while the crew waited for cloudy daytime weather to add atmosphere to the big finale. This was just fine with star Ann-Margret. She had been introduced for the second time to future-husband Roger Smith, who was performing in a Frisco nightclub, and she wasn't looking forward to leaving him.
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