Follow Me Quietly (1949) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Richard Fleischer and produced by Herman Schlom.
FOLLOW ME QUIETLY (1949)By Mark on Jun 26, 2009 From Where Danger Lives
One of the troubling aspects of watching film noir pictures fifty to sixty years after their theatrical run is our tendency to overlook an important fact or two: the directors and producers of these films, often second features, weren’t aware of the scrutiny their work would eventually fall un... Read full article
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Police Sgt. Art Collins: Maybe he likes rain. Must be a fish.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: We struck pay dirt.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: Yeah, if he buys his magazines here, he probably lives somewhere nearby.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: Well, we'll check the laundries, poolrooms, markets, saloons.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: It's a cinch. All we have to do is turn the neighborhood upside down, then shake all the buildings until he falls out of one of them.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: Let's start shaking.
J.C. McGill: I always wanted to throw something out of that window. Ha, I didn't know it would be me.
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