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The Gay Falcon (1941) was a Crime - Mystery Film directed by Irving Reis and produced by Howard Benedict.

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The Gay Falcon (1941, Irving Reis)

By Andrew Wickliffe on May 2, 2018 From The Stop Button

The Gay Falcon answers a question I never thought to ask. Can George Sanders flop a part? The answer is yes. There are extenuating circumstances to be sure, but Sanders flops the lead in Falcon. He?s a skirt-chasing, playboy criminologist, which ought to be a natural fit for Sanders. Instead he come... Read full article

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Detective Grimes: [Helen Reed faints after being kissed by the Falcon] Boy, oh Boy, she sure stayed kissed, what a guy!

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The first of sixteen movies for the suave detective nicknamed "The Falcon" starring George Saunders.
Leslie Charteris sued RKO contending that "The Falcon" was "The Saint", his creation, in disguise. The disposition of the suit has not been discovered.
This film, the first in RKO's series of films based on Michael Arlen's character "The Falcon," was the only one actually based on an Arlen story.
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