. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
Hey, I watched that last weekend. But it was Robert Mitchum, Jimmy Steward and unimpresive.
I confess I too found the later version with Mitchum unimpressive, so for once we agree, Rick. ;^)I do heartily recommend Raymond Chandler's hard-edged books, from which this and other films came. But as Chandler's Philip Marlowe, Bogart is superb.
Ve shall see about dat. I just got the 15 DVD episodes of The Prisoner I haven't seen yet so Cresswell Credibility is on the line.
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