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The Web (1947) was a Film Noir - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Michael Gordon and produced by Jerry Bresler.

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The Web (1947)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 29, 2018 From 4 Star Films

An effort like The Web is precisely why many people would “die” for film-noir. Unless I am simply speaking for myself. But?I don’t think so. Personally, I perked up upon reading the name William Bowers in the opening credits as one of the architects of the script because it’s... Read full article


Body in the Web (1960)

By Beatrice on Jan 30, 2017 From Flickers in Time

Body in the Web (Ein Toter hing im Netz; AKA Horrors of Spider Island) Directed by Fritz B?ttger Written by Fritz B?ttger, Eldon Howard and Albert G. Miller 1960/West Germany Intercontinental Film GmbH; Rapid Film First viewing/Amazon Prime Recommended only for those who are interested in heapi... Read full article


THE WEB (1947)

By Mark on Aug 11, 2009 From Where Danger Lives

Look, Ella Raines is in it. Now go find it and watch it. That’s not advice — it’s just how I tend to respond when I discover a new Raines picture. There are only about twenty or so out there, and I savor each one of them (well, maybe not Singing Guns). While as a Raines film noir,... Read full article


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Bob Regan: France fell in eighteen days, and you're not as tough as France.


Charles Murdock: How did he die?
Andrew Colby: Protesting his innocence.


Bob Regan: When I'm worth forty million dollars, I'm going to have a secretary looks exactly like you.
Noel Faraday: Oh, my tastes are fairly simple. Twenty million would be quite enough.


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Adapted for radio as part of the "Lux Radio Theater" on Sept. 29, 1947, with Raines, Price, and O'Brien reprising their roles.
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