Tony Rome (1967) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by Aaron Rosenberg.
1967 in Film: Tony Rome (1967)By Emily on Jun 20, 2014 From The Vintage Cameo
The late 1960s were a turbulent time of new?cultures, changing norms, and shifting values, and one place that was immediately?obvious was in Hollywood. With the downfall of the studio system, the impending doom of the Code, and?the radical growth of political cinema around the world, the American mo... Read full article
Tony Rome (1967)By Lindsey on Sep 28, 2013 From The Motion Pictures
Tony Rome (Frank Sinatra) used to be a cop. Now he’s a PI who lives on a houseboat in Miami. Work is somewhat scarce, and he spends a lot of his time gambling. (Screen capture by Lindsey for TMP) Tony gets an odd gig one day, receiving $200 to return a young woman (Sue Lyon) to her rich father... Read full article
Tony Rome (1967) is pretty darn coolBy Google profile on Apr 4, 2010 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. When Tony Rome is out and about, trouble is sure to follow. I really loved this movie, so much so that I watched it twice in a row. Once for the story and a second time for the atmosphere.... Read full article
Tony Rome (1967) is pretty darn coolBy Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
When Tony Rome is out and about, trouble is sure to follow. I really loved this movie, so much so that I watched it twice in a row. Once for the story and a second time for the atmosphere. I'm a gal who loves details and this film had a lot to savor. Here are some things I picked up on. Enjoy. Fli... Read full article
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Diana Pines: People change. They don't always turn out the way you expect.
Tony: I know. You should see my baby pictures.
[Ann explains the problem of being formerly married]
Ann: We can't claim to be the town virgins and can't afford to be the town tramps.
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