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Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by William Cagney.

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Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)

By Beatrice on Jul 9, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye Directed by Gordon Douglas Written by Harry Brown from the novel by Horace McCoy 1950/USA William Cagney Productions First viewing/My DVD collection Ralph Cotter: Oh no, he stopped being smart when he took my money. This was a bit of a let-down after James Cagney’s ins... Read full article

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Ralph Cotter: And now, would one fugitive from justice care to fix another fugitive from justice... a sandwich?

Ralph Cotter: Why, I thought you were the law-abiding type.
Holiday Carleton: I guess I'm just whatever you make me.

Joe 'Jinx' Raynor: He ain't to be trusted.
Ralph Cotter: Why should *he* be different?

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The film that Phil Spector and Lana Clarkson were watching in Spector's chauffeured car on the way to his Alhambra mansion the night of her murder.
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