Where Danger Lives (1950) was a Film Noir - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by John Farrow and produced by Irwin Allen and Irving Cummings Jr..
Film Noir Review: Where Danger Lives (1950)By Danilo Castro on Aug 26, 2021 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
“I didn’t fall in love with a woman – I fell in love with a patient.” Robert Mitchum was part of a generation of leading men who rose to prominence in film noir. Along with Burt Lancaster, Alan Ladd, and Kirk Douglas, he was a B-lister who?s pulpy charisma catapulted him t... Read full article
#Noirvember: Robert Mitchum and Faith Domergue are on the run- ‘Where Danger Lives’ (John Farrow, 1950)By Virginie Pronovost on Nov 9, 2020 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
One of my favourite things about #Noirvember is that it gives me the occasion to discover many new-to-me films during November. I indeed take to occasion to watch some noirs that I have never seen before and, therefore, expand my horizons. Of course, I’m free to watch films noirs all year, but... Read full article
Day 20 of Noirvember: Where Danger Lives (1950)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 20, 2017 From Shadows and Satin
One of my favorite guilty cinematic pleasures is Where Danger Lives. It stars Robert Mitchum as Jeff Cameron, a compassionate doctor who becomes involved with a mysterious woman by the name of Margo Lannington (Faith Domergue) after she?s brought to his hospital following a suicide attempt. Before l... Read full article
Where Danger Lives (1950)on Sep 7, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film
You don’t often find noir that is just plain bad. Noir has a formula and conventions, and not every testing of that formula yields gold but it’s hard to get coal outright. Where Danger Lives contains a polished pedigree with Robert Mitchum and Claude Rains, even B-list actress Faith Dome... Read full article
Classic Films in Focus: WHERE DANGER LIVES (1950)By Jennifer Garlen on Jul 22, 2015 From Virtual Virago
Robert Mitchum takes another dive into darkness in Where Danger Lives (1950), and once again he plays an easy mark for a dangerous dame, this time embodied by the sultry Faith Domergue. An icon of film noir, Mitchum made more celebrated forays into the genre both before and after this outing, but Wh... Read full article
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Margo Lannington: Nobody pities me - nobody!
Dr. Jeff Cameron: [rubbing his head] My head hurts. Feels like it's exploding.
[looking out the car window]
Dr. Jeff Cameron: Aren't we going pretty fast?
Margo Lannington: We need to go fast!
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