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  1. Thank you, i appreciate that info, the blacklisting must have been the scandal they referred to. Again. Thanks, have a great weekend,
  2. Thank you very much for taking the time to answer my question, im going to watch it as soon as i find it,
  3. I was watching TCM week and before Casablanca played, there was a discussion with three Hollywood people talking about other early film noir films. The movie I'm trying to identify was by a director they said who arrived in Hollywood in the 20s but suffered some kind of Scandal later on. They showed two clips from the movie, the first was a woman saying something to the effect of I find most men attractive and need lead replied I'm sure they meet you halfway. The second quote was him being asked if that was a gun he had on him, to which he replied no it's part of my suit and I hardly ever shoot/kill anybody with it. I had just changed phones and by the time I realized into IMDb I'd forgotten the Don't have the movie. Like I said, it was I believe early or pre Noir, and I think they said something about the dialogue being known for being very witty / snappish (see above quotes). I'm new to the boards so if this is in the wrong section I'll be happy to repost any help
  4. I was watching TCM last night and before Casablanca played, there was a discussion with three Hollywood people talking about other early film noir films. The movie I'm trying to identify was by a director they said who arrived in Hollywood in the 20s but suffered some kind of Scandal later on. They showed two clips from the movie, the first was a woman saying something to the effect of I find most men attractive and need lead replied I'm sure they meet you halfway. The second quote was him being asked if that was a gun he had on him, to which he replied no it's part of my suit and I hardly ever shoot/kill anybody with it. I had just changed phones and by the time I realized into IMDb I'd forgotten the Don't have the movie. Like I said, it was I believe early or pre Noir, and I think they said something about the dialogue being known for being very witty / snappish. I'm new to the boards so if this is in the wrong section I'll be happy to repost any help would be appreciated.
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