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The Dark Corner (1946) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Fred Kohlmar.

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Noir City 14: THE DARK CORNER and THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS

By Lara on Feb 7, 2016 From Backlots

The 14th annual Noir City festival, the spectacular tribute to film noir that has become a must-see San Francisco tradition, took place last week at the Castro Theatre. The festival is one big noir extravaganza, with the theater packed to the gills every day and every night for ten days straight. It... Read full article


Noir City 14: THE DARK CORNER and THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS

By Lara on Feb 7, 2016 From Backlots

The 14th annual Noir City festival, the spectacular tribute to film noir that has become a must-see San Francisco tradition, took place last week at the Castro Theatre. The festival is one big noir extravaganza, with the theater packed to the gills every day and every night for ten days straight. It... Read full article


Noir City 14: THE DARK CORNER and THE TWO MRS. CARROLLS

By Lara on Feb 7, 2016 From Backlots

The 14th annual Noir City festival, the spectacular tribute to film noir that has become a must-see San Francisco tradition, took place last week at the Castro Theatre. Normally, Noir City spans several weekends throughout the month of January, but this year, the festival powers-that-be decided to h... Read full article


The Dark Corner (1946)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 23, 2015 From 4 Star Films

“I’m backed up into a dark corner and I don’t know who’s hitting me.” It’s always satisfying to find another little gem of a film-noir, and I think this thriller from Henry Hathaway fits that bill. Our stars include a serious and quite beautiful Lucille Ball along... Read full article


The Dark Corner (1946)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 23, 2015 From 4 Star Films

“I’m backed up into a dark corner and I don’t know who’s hitting me.” It’s always satisfying to find another little gem of a film-noir, and I think this thriller from Henry Hathaway fits that bill. Our stars include a serious and quite beautiful Lucille Ball along... Read full article


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Hardy Cathcart: [whispering] Tell him you need two hundred dollars to leave town.
Stauffer, alias Fred Foss: [on the phone to Galt] I need two yards, powder money.


Bradford Galt: I'll be at the Cathcart galleries absorbing culture. I don't want to die ignorant.


Bradford Galt: There goes my last lead. I feel all dead inside. I'm backed up in a dark corner, and I don't know who's hitting me.


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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 10, 1947 with Lucille Ball and Mark Stevens reprising their film roles
This film with many acclaimed actors could be considered a Who's Who of 1950's TV. Included are Lucille Ball (I Love Lucy ),William Bendix (The Life of Riley),_Reed Hadley_ (Racket Squad and The Public Defender ),Mark Stevens (Big Town ) and Cathy Downs (Ann Howe of The Joe Palooka Story ).
When Kathleen is unsuccessful at following a suspicious character for her boss, she tells him he should have hired William Powell as a secretary instead. Powell played the detective in the Thin Man and Philo Vance movie series.
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Also directed by Henry Hathaway




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Also released in 1946




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