Impact (1949) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Arthur Lubin and produced by Leo C. Popkin, Harry M. Popkin and Joseph H. Nadel.
Impact (1949)By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 30, 2018 From 4 Star Films
“In this world, you turn the other cheek and get hit by a lug wrench.” Impact is literally bookended by a dictionary that is opened and then closed with a concise description of the titular phrase to frame?our narrative. It couldn’t be more uninspired but the word “impactR... Read full article
Quote of the Week: Julie Andrews on the Impact of MoviesBy KC on Nov 22, 2015 From Classic Movies
Image Source I'm realistic enough to realize that life is horrible and brutish for most people, so that what we do as entertainers can sometimes seem fairly frivolous. But because there is so much out there that is harsh, maybe it's not such a bad idea if we can try to soften it in whatev... Read full article
Rudolph Valentino's Impact Lover Movie IdolBy ImagineMDD on Mar 16, 2015 From Pop Culture ImagineMDD
Valentino's Impact Could he be such big a star today? Valentino was the first Sex Symbol "George Washington may be the father of this country, Mary Pickford may be its sweetheart. But Valentino is its lover. ... Valentino has an almost perfect physical physique - a physique combining both be... Read full article
How a Fox/Time Warner Merger Might Impact Classic Film FansBy Will McKinley on Jul 16, 2014 From Cinematically Insane
?There’s a storm blowin’ up – a whopper, to speak in the?vernacular?of the peasantry!? Professor Marvel (Frank Morgan) says to Dorothy Gale (Judy Garland) in THE WIZARD OF OZ. If you?re a fan of that beloved 1939 MGM film, or of Warner Bros., the studio that now controls it, or of ... Read full article
Impact(1949). Wanted by two women! One for Love! One for Murder!By Dawn on May 28, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Impact(1949).Noir. Cast: Brian Donlevy and Ella Raines. It was filmed in California including the scenes at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. The film was based on a story by film noir writer Jay Dratler. Millionaire Walter William's, young wife, Irene, is trying to kill him with the help of her l... Read full article
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Lt. Tom Quincy: Are you Ah Sing? Understand? You understandee English?
Ah Sing: [nods] Also French, Italian, and Hebrew.
Marsha Peters: It's wonderful the way tools seem to come alive in your hands.
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Midway through the film, Walter tells Marsha: "A rolling stone gathers no moss." Later, when Marsha asks Walter if he's returning to hometown, Walter replies: "Wild horses couldn't drag me back there." Nearly 25 years after the release of this film, British group The Rolling Stones had a hit with the song "Wild Horses."
The William's Apartment building is the Brocklebank, most famous for its appearance in Vertigo.
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