Compulsion (1959) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Richard Fleischer and produced by Richard D. Zanuck.
The Leopold and Loeb case is the basis for “Compulsion”By Stephen Reginald on Mar 5, 2021 From Classic Movie Man
The Leopold and Loeb case is the basis for “Compulsion” Compulsion (1959) is an American crime drama directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Orson Welles, Diane Varsi, Dean Stockwell, and Brandford Dillman. The film is based on a novel written by Meyer Levin, which was a fiction... Read full article
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Judd Steiner: To the perfect crime!
Arthur Straus: Crime. Oh, my wealthy fraternity brothers. 67 dollars, and a second-hand typewriter.
Judd Steiner: Not tomorrow afternoon.
Arthur Straus: Oh, you got another date?
Arthur Straus: Are you ditching me for some girl?
Judd Steiner: I haven't been able to find you for three days.
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The original play included what was then a modern-day sequence. This was omitted from the film. It showed several of the characters thirty years after the story took place.
The first film ever produced by Richard D. Zanuck.
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