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Sleepers West (1941) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Eugene Forde and produced by Sol M. Wurtzel.

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CMBA Fall blogathon Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Sleepers West (1941)

By Caftan Woman on Oct 20, 2015 From Caftan Woman

The Classic Movie Blog Association is proud to present Planes, Trains and Automobiles, running from October 19th to the 24th. Please tune into this site for the blogs and dates listed to travel around the world through classic film! All aboard! Sol Wurtzel was the executive in charge of th... Read full article


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Michael Shayne: We can lose ourselves in the Frisco fog and just kick the town around generally.
Kay Bentley: Oh, Mike, I'd love to, but I've gotta get back to Denver.
Michael Shayne: Look, just give me two days, and then if I don't put a ring on your finger, I guarantee to put a couple under your eyes.


Michael Shayne: [after reading a newspaper article] Hey, get this! Here's a guy who's got 26 kids. Must be driven stork mad!


Michael Shayne: Madame, my card!
Kay Bentley: [reading] Michael Shayne, Private Detective!
Michael Shayne: Mmmm-hmmm!
Kay Bentley: Sleeping on your own time now, huh?
Michael Shayne: Yep! Oh, and meeting a much finer class of thugs!


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Also directed by Eugene Forde




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Also released in 1941




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