Side Street (1950) was a Crime - Film Noir Film directed by Anthony Mann and produced by Sam Zimbalist.
Side Street (1950)By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 29, 2018 From 4 Star Films
Though director Anthony Mann later made a name for himself with a string of Westerns pairing him with James Stewart, it’s just as?easy to enjoy him for some of the diverting crime pictures he helped craft. Everything from Raw Deal (1948)?to T-Men (1947), He Walked by Night (1948), and of cours... Read full article
Side Street (1949)By Beatrice on Jul 21, 2014 From Flickers in Time
Side Street Directed by Anthony Mann Written by Sydney Boehm 1949/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer First viewing/Film Noir Classic Collection Vol. 4 DVD This movie has everything you could possibly ask from a fillm noir except the femme fatale. Joe Norson (Farley Granger) has lost his gas station and is no... Read full article
Side Streets (1934).By Dawn Sample on Jul 12, 2013 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Side Streets (1934). Directed by Alfred E. Green. Cast: Aline MacMahon, Paul Kelly, Ann Dvorak and Dorothy Tree. Kindhearted Bertha Krasnoff, meets unemployed sailor Tim O'Hara, while feeding animals at the zoo. Feeling sorry for him, offers him a place to stay for the night and hires him to help o... Read full article
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Joe Norson: Like a motorman's glove!
Emil Lorrison: I couldn't raise the whole amount, only half. That's all I'll be able to raise.
Lucille 'Lucky' Colner: Oh, come on now, sweetie. That isn't what Dun and Bradstreet says. They give you a Double A rating.
Emil Lorrison: Those ratings mean nothing. $15,000 was all I could manage.
Emil Lorrison: The entire affair was a filthy frame-up!
Lucille 'Lucky' Colner: [with contempt] Take a look at yourself, Grandpa! First you sell yourself I'm nuts about you, crazy for your manly charms, and now you think this is bargain day! Well, go down to Gimbel's Bargain Basement! You're in the wrong department! Take the other fifteen grand out of your pants opr get out!
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The drugstore that Joe Norson calls from is the set of another MGM Film Noir, _Tension (1950)_, which was shooting at approximately the same time.
French visa # 104222.
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