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Alan Curtis = the Clark Gable look alike stand in.
I am 28 and have been obsessed with old movies like these(and older ones) since I was 13 when I first saw them. I have nobody to talk to about them. Like or reply if you can relate. 😢 I'll be your old movie buddy.
I have seen every western ever made. I grew up in Los Angeles where we lived near the Rivoli theater. They changed the bill twice a week They showed two westerns, two cartoons and a shortL atwo reeler, always in black and white. These usually were comediesbut sometimes a short about some sporting event. These shortsfeatured players who had started out in vaudeville. Because vaude-ville had died, they and their talents hadn't died, and they just movedon into short movies. You can see them today as the Three Stooges,The Ritz Brothers, Leon Errol, Edgar Kennedy. Finding these will lead you to finding others. You can also start our with "Tanks a Million,"about a young man with a photographic memory who gets drafted into the army, and the old-fashioned sergeant can't stand his brill-iance. and is out to get him, but is always outwitted. Two more ofthese were made and likely you can find them, You can also look on youtube by keying Films firstname.lastname@example.org of the 1930s or 1940s, Here are some you will like: "The Purple Plain;" "Roman Holiday." It may have been blocked so search for "Vacanzia Romano," still in english.Another is Alec Guiness's first picture, "The Card," about a youngman who wants to rise above the class he was born into. It is muchfun. If you want to know more, my email address is hidden in thetext above. Try it and one day, if I can locate it, I will send to you the best awful, terrible inforgettable movie ever made, with an all-star cast, with every movie cliche imbedded in it and with the greatest twist ending in all the millions of, I am Ross Murphy, in Kansas, movies ever made The audience didn't see it; the critics missed it, the writer missed it; the actors didn't realize it and neither did the director. But once you have had it shown to you, you will realize you have witnessed true greatness in a Hollywood production. Yes, unforgettable.
+PizzaFlix thank you for posting all these!❤❤❤
Thanks for watching! May the Sauce be with you.
The beach craft it's hard to spot but the Ident numbers are the same as the clip is same used two times at the end an the rice charter at the start...but really good movie...why in old films do they always get in a car on the pasager side..???
Another brief shot at the start - that wonderful Art Deco building - LA City Hall.
I like these old 'B' movies. The acting is not great, the plots are not too good. The dialogue is OK at best. The directing and production are second rate. But, they're still entertaining. The scenery and lack of complicated 21st century nonsense make fora great escape! Thanks for sharing.
It's bizarre thinking Inez Cooper was my great aunt.
Great movie and who-dunit plot. Must have been a tight budget. The hero's plane was crashed and burned 3/4 of the way through the movie...but gosh oh gee ..same plane is used in beginning and end...same wing numbers. Nice shots of the Inn at Death Valley in the 40's. US Patriotism against the red terror of the 50's atomic age is starting to surface with this little film.
"As I member, you take one lump.""No, now it's two lumps."42:50 😎
What is Miles Archer doing on that plane?
City Hall at the start ....great Art-Deco. Architect was from Lancashire.
The magic plane, quickly rebuilt after a fatal crash and fire.
it's a magic plane!
evelyn was so hot in the Rathbone/Bruce "Pearl of Death" and "Voice of Terror"
If I watched this movie 3X I might understand the plot better. Might be the best B movie ever made.
This movie is totally awful!!! I couldn't stay with it. The worst acting and directing done in B movies. Alan Curtis should have been a big star. He resembled Clark Gable but far better looking. He had his 15 minutes of fame but just never became a major star. Movies like this certainly didn't help his career. I got sick of looking and listening to that ugly fake countess. Since I hit the back button 15 minutes before it ended, I will leave it to those that want to suffer seeing the whole movie.
I love old movies...this one, not so much. The best actor in the ENTIRE movie was Irene Carrington, the ex wife. The clothes and automobiles were the high points in this movie. There were a lot of fights in this one, but everybody looked like they were punching through water... I won't do thumbs down, but definitely not thumbs up.
Say, what's the big idea? Why I oughta..
I'll take one of those cars pleeze , any one.
The "Woody" at 48:15 pleeze.
A good movie.
The 40's movies were of the most silly.
Chinese first N bomb,1964; Russia 1949!
Good movie. ,,🎭 👍🏾
Music to torture
Ye, and te women looked like nice women, not like the sluts that appear today! Notice non of the women were pushing their boobs. Today they push boobs AND cleavage!
If they had cell phones back then they would be selling COBALT maps.
Atomic cocktails and killers..oh my nuke the world, love them crazy hats and cars..and that plane is the so pre SKY KING.
I wonder how experienced the director was when he filmed this. Once we arrive at the hotel, every sequence is bracketed by entrances and exits. The actors are just walking on and off, and they don't look like they've been anywhere or have anywhere to go. Editors and directors didn't have much autonomy working on the typical B movie production, especially at the lower end of the scale, and cutting those awkward moves out may not have been an option . The studios controlled costs with rigid shooting scripts and formulaic editing styles. When a studio made a movie like "Flight to Nowhere" they knew what the maximum box office potential was, almost to the dollar, and the creativity that went into the making of the film was spent on building in the profit margin. Still, I enjoy watching the smaller movies from the 50's. A better brand of escapism can't be found.
At 55:58 we learn of the wild unbroken stallion in the stall. How did they put the man killer in that stall?A short time later the character that has never been to the ranch mentions that there is a nice trail ride just past the gate.How is he aware of this information?
Be coming fed up with the unsavory characters he has been forced to cope with, our brave hero tells one bad guy he can "you can stick this in your suitcase. "check out at 49:48 to hear the line.Perhaps a take off on today's "shove it up your a**."I'm just saying.
ARE THESE ALL HIGH SCHOOL ACTORS?
thank you. excellent movie. sad his wife had to die.
$500 in 1946 is over $5,000 in today's worthless dollars.
That was a fine one the leading man stayed on his back and the other in the water lol thanks for posting
I love this movie and I don't care how many people hate it.
who in their right mind could hate a film noir? no one!
I can't decide between Evelyn Ankers and Inez Cooper - what a happy choice.
Fine actor, Jerome Cowan, he could have and should have been a leading man.
Pretty good movie, but what was most interesting to me was Las Vegas in 19465. My father had passed through there in 1943 while going AWOL from the Navy in order to visit home in Michigan. He spent six months in the brig for that! But he had said that Las Vegas was pretty small. This film filled in the picture of it for me. Thanks for uploading it.
Furnace Creek, 30 yrs later.. hot hot hot. Very cool.
So much music. Poor Music Director, Louis Adrian .Non stop for the first 44 mins. of the film.
Frank Collins - the music. I couldn't take it any more.
Thanks again Pizza Flix!
Haven't any of these people heard of head trauma or hotel safe deposits?
Nice clothes. I just like looking at all the cool stuff they had, sunglasses, hats, cars, planes. Everything was so well made and from good materials, even the furniture. Theres a great chair out on the patio.. I would love to go back in a time machine, and fill a container with things. I might even try some their booze, and smoke a cigarette. 😉
the coolest thing about that time is that the women seam so nice well dressed etc. if i could go back i would do so for the women
I agree 100%. I am getting my own place soon. I would fill it up with the oldies but goodies if I could. I'm planning on going to a antique shop.
You'll also have to chuck the crap called political correctness out the window..
I feel the same; esp about the clothes. The quality of everything was off the chain. Things were made to last, unlike now when everything is designed to be chucked away after a short time and replaced so that we all spending far too much money on junk.
Chuffpup U probably won’t be able to drink it more potent The cigs unfiltered and more potentAs for the furniture u better take someone with u No mix of certain woods most furniture were made with heavy woods for durability and beauty
1:12:45 "It's a long story and not a very pretty one." You can say that again!
Sucks. Start to finish!
Jack Holt was also in this one, but he had more of a leading role.
End... His new plane has the same number as the old one....
Yep, movie should have been called the magic plane.
He kept the number because it was his lucky number. He was superstitious in that respect. It is a different airplane, you can tell by the angle of the wings and the upgraded landing gear.
F Huber :
"you open your yap once more and I will close it for you"😂
They treat that pilot like crap.
Claude asks his sister to give him 'a little money'. $2000 !! In 1946 you could be a HOUSE for that kind of moneyAnd I REALLY wish there was a button to turn that f**king music off! It's louder that the dialogue and never stops. If I wanted to listen to the same twelve bars for an hour and a half I'd buy a 1950's country music album!And how could anyone take that sheriff seriously? An old fat guy dressed as The Milky-Bar Kid doesn't inspire confidence
Amen to the f**cking music, it got on my nerves so much I stopped watching this damn thing. It sure was a slow dragged out dimwitted movie and I rarely talk that way abut a movie!
Great scenes at The Last Frontier, the first resort/casino on the Vegas strip, it was located just north of where Circus Circus is. It burned down in 1960.
What a Hoot~!! [pun intended] Such a great old film. Being a non-smoker I always hate to see those beautiful women dressed to the hilt sucking on those damn cigs and you know smelled to high heaven-like kissing an ash tray. Thanks for the upload on this Gem.
That was the culture then. Don't presume to judge that which you do not understand.
Who cares what you think? You're a nobody!
ZZ Top, not according to every source I could find. It was made in 1946 by Golden Gate pictures.
AND YOU UNDERSTANDING JOKES????
One thing I find interesting about these old movies is that I often have never heard of the main actors but recognize several of the supporting cast. For example in this movie Hoot Gibson was on the bottom of a long list of supporting actors. Hoot Gibson! And although never a leading star, he did become famous and a household name.
The reason for these things are that first of all, many of them were only the first or second generation Americans and were of German, Norwegian, or Swedish background. They weren't mixed at all. The other reason is that you're right, they use less make up because they had natural beauty. It wasn't until the 50s that make-up became a major thing. Also today, women used surgery to enhance or modify what they look like and are guided by the sorts of trends that have made some of them look like cartoon characters, big lips, huge boobs, etc.
Also have you noticed in these old movies the Female Actors seem to be very attractive naturally. Did they use more makeup them days or less than nowadays?. I think they look more natural in their facial features then than Girls nowadays.
Wasn't Hoot Gibson a Cowboy?
this is actually a new movie from 2017 - believe it or not
Mebrice Depace: No they don't. Hahahaha!!
Yeah you can't beat a bit of 2017 Film Noir. They don't make em like this anymore.
MR KOLOVOS: I SAID IT TO OTHER PEOPLE A HUNDRED TIMES. IT WAS A JOKE
I DON'T HINK YOU HAVE A HANDLE
Of course he did not offer her a cigarette. Women of class did not smoke in public.
Furnace Creek Inn! Was a bartender at the pool for 2 winters back in the late 90's. That place is spectacular and so is everything around it.
Thanks for a good movie!!
Hoot Gibson in a minor role. A pioneering cowboy star of silent and early talking Westerns, Hoot Gibson was one of the 1920s' most popular children's matinée heroes. In his real life, however, he had a rather painful rags-to-riches-and-back-to-rags career, a problem that seemed to plague a number of big stars who fell victim to their high profile and wound up living too high on the hog.
Kind of like the savage animals who play in the NFL?
Still common for people getting high pay to overspend and end up broke.The average $multimillion$ a year football player will end up broke.The average lotto winner is either dead or broke within 5 years.
I would have teamed up with the countess and killed them all, including her. They don't call me man-killer for nothing, you know
This film was made four years before I was born. But, I thought the countess was very sexy! I can't tell much from your photo (it's too small, but you look very hot also! Just sayin'!
thank you very much for this old movie take care.