Thieves' Highway (1949) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Jules Dassin and produced by Robert Bassler and Darryl F. Zanuck.
THE NOIRATHON: Thieves' Highway (1949)on Jul 27, 2019 From Caftan Woman
"All film noir are crime drama, but not all crime drama are film noir." - Caftan Woman's number one movie rule Maddy Loves Her Classic Films, especially her film noir, which brings us to The Noirathon on July 27th to the 29th. Click HERE to embrace the dark side. Director Jules Dassin had a knac... Read full article
Thieves' Highway: Dark Streets and Rolling ApplesBy Rick29 on Sep 13, 2018 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Who would have thought a movie about transporting and selling apples could be so engrossing? Yet, director Jules Dassin has crafted an atmospheric, cynical film noir about just that--and somehow still manages to deliver a message of hope. In Thieves' Highway, Richard Conte plays Nick Garcos, a Worl... Read full article
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Mike Figlia: Everything happens to me. The whole street, he's gotta break down in front of my place.
Charles, dock henchman: Tough luck.
Mike Figlia: I'm the original tough luck kid.
Nico 'Nick' Garcos: Soft hands.
Rica: Sharp nails.
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According to director Jules Dassin, Jack Oakie was completely deaf by the time of this film. "He caused absolutely no delays," Dassin said.
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