Strangers in the Night

Strangers in the Night

Blu-ray Disc - 1944 | Blu-ray version.
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A soldier returns home to meet his pen pal only to discover she is missing.
Audience: OFA rating: Not rated.
Publisher: Chicago : Olive Films, 1944.
Edition: Blu-ray version.
Branch Call Number: Blu-ray FIC Stran
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (56 min.) : digital, sound, black and white ; 12 cm


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voisjoe1 Jun 18, 2013

“Strangers in the Night,” is described as the first film noir directed by the great American director Anthony Mann. It is a class B movie, quite good where the young Mann would start to gain experience with shadows, angles, and various methods of creating mystery, suspense, evil , psychosis, and tension. This is a previously unavailable film recently distributed by Olive films. It is truly worth your time (56 minutes) to see the early work of a great director. Mann would go on to make great Western noirs with James Stewart, in which he transformed straight westerns to Westerns with complex and dark themes.

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