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Riffraff (1947) was a Adventure - Comedy Film directed by Ted Tetzlaff and produced by Jack J. Gross.

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Riffraff (1947)

on Nov 16, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film

In a world of gritty landscapes and dark shadows it’s often easy to forget the exotic locations many film noirs are located in. Riffraff is one such exotic adventure noir, although outside of an obligatory mention of its Panamanian setting it’s all mostly rear projection and interiors. H... Read full article

Riffraff (1936).

By Dawn Sample on Oct 7, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Riffraff(1936). Cast: Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy. The movie was written by Frances Marion, Anita Loos, and H. W. Hannaford. Directed by J. Walter Ruben. As the fishermen are all about to strike against tuna cannery boss Nick Lewis, Dutch Muller talks them out of it, realizing that Nick wants the... Read full article


By RBuccicone on Jun 8, 2012 From MacGuffin Movies

Riffraff (1936) ???? I would not necessarily think of Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy as a logical couple. Although he played notable lower-class parts, I generally think of Tracy as a gentleman, something Harlow’s characters do not often find themselves with. In Riffraff, however, Tracy creates... Read full article

The Films of Jean Harlow: Riffraff (1936)

By Kristen on Mar 11, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

We’re entering the final year of Jean Harlow’s life and she would only make six more movies before succumbing to uremic poisoning at the age of 26. ?Today’s film, Riffraff, is a melodramatic pre-cursor to her pairing with Spencer Tracy in Libeled Lady. ?In many ways, the film is li... Read full article

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[Hammer, annoyed with a bar hustler, sends him crashing into a table]
Bar proprietor: You shouldn't do that, Mr. Hammer. It gives the place a bad reputation.
Dan Hammer: You mean a worse reputation.

Dan Hammer: Guys around bars talk. Anything you can find out will be worth fifty.
Maxine Manning: No thanks. That wouldn't keep me in aspirin.

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Also directed by Ted Tetzlaff

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