Bad Girls of Film Noir
Originally released as motion pictures 1950-1953.
"The killer that stalked New York" based on a magazine article by Milton Lehman.
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CPL DVD# 5995792
Two of a kind (1951) / producer, William Dozier ; writers, James Edward Grant, James Gunn, Lawrence Kimble ; director, Henry Levin
Bad for each other (1953) / written by Horace McCoy, Irving Wallace ; director, Irving Rapper
The glass wall (1953) / producer, Ivan Tors ; writers, Ivan Shane, Maxwell Shane, Ivan Tors ; director, Maxwell Shane.
Bad for each other (Motion picture)
Two of a kind (Motion picture : 1951)
Killer that stalked New York (Motion picture)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired-2010.
Swindlers and swindling
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(Bad For Each Other) Dan Reasonovero: "...You know what Helen means to me -- I'd do anything in the world to make her happy... You don't know what you're stepping into." Dr. Tom Owen: "I'll take my chances on it." Dan Reasonover: "You'll never get a chance... It's not easy for a man to say things like this about his own daughter, but she'll destroy you the same way she destroyed the others. Her backyard is full of the bones of explorers." Dr. Tom Owen: "I don't care about the others!" Dan Reasonover: "Neither do I! All they ever wanted was her money. Maybe that's all she had to offer. When she was 21 I gave her a fortune; parasites of two continents clustered around her like bees around a honey pot!" Dr. Tom Owen: "I'm interested in your daughter, not her money." Dan Reasonover: "Maybe right now you're not. Funny thing about money... It's very easy to get used to..."
(The Glass Wall) Narrator: "On March 27th last, 1322 displaced persons sailed past The Statue of Liberty, into the safe harbor of New York. Rescued by the international refugee organization of The United Nations, their eyes filled with tears of happiness as they were welcomed to America. From the teeming shores of an unsettled world, they had come in search of human dignity; in search of freedom... from want; from fear; from persecution. At last the hope and the dream had come true. They had found a home and peace. Forgotten was the nightmare of war; erased was the torment of the concentration-camp. A golden door had opened; a new life had begun. For all, except one of them... for he had come so far... only to be locked up..."
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