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    The Blue Dahlia - (Original Trailer)

    Raymond Chandler's only movie written for the screen, The Blue Dahlia (1946), has Alan Ladd trying to clear his name of murder.

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Blue Dahlia, The - (Original Trailer)

Blue Dahlia, The - (Original Trailer)
Raymond Chandler's only movie written for the screen, The Blue Dahlia (1946), has Alan Ladd trying to clear his name of murder.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I Told...
Entering the club for-which the movie is named, crooked...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I Told You She Was Poison
Entering the club for-which the movie is named, crooked owner Eddie (Howard Da Silva) jousts with partner Leo (Don Costello) then with soon-to-be ex-girlfriend Helen (Doris Dowling) in The Blue Dahlia, 1946, with leading lady Veronica Lake's first appearance, in a portrait.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Strangers...
Kindly Joyce (Veronica Lake) gives a lift to newly...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Strangers When I Met Them
Kindly Joyce (Veronica Lake) gives a lift to newly discharged G.I. Johnny (Alan Ladd) in a rainstorm, early in George Marshall's The Blue Dahlia, 1946, from an original Raymond Chandler screenplay.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) How Often...
Some quick adjustments are made when two thugs (Frank...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) How Often Do They Change The Fleas?
Some quick adjustments are made when two thugs (Frank Faylen, Walter Sande) deliver Johnny (Alan Ladd) to the hotel run by Corelli (Howard Freeman) and the cops appear, in The Blue Dahlia, 1946.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) What...
Johnny (Alan Ladd) runs into Joyce (Veronica Lake) in the...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) What Happened To Malibu?
Johnny (Alan Ladd) runs into Joyce (Veronica Lake) in the hotel restaurant, makes plans, then has to split when the radio reports news of his philandering wife, in The Blue Dahlia, 1946.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip)...
Just-returned soldier Johnny (Alan Ladd) is gutted when his...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) You're Not Worth It
Just-returned soldier Johnny (Alan Ladd) is gutted when his boozy and unfaithful wife Helen (Doris Dowling) tells him how their son really died, in The Blue Dahlia, 1946, from Raymond Chandler's original script.>
Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip)...
Opening scene from Raymond Chandler's original screenplay,...
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Blue Dahlia, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Here's To What Was
Opening scene from Raymond Chandler's original screenplay, discharged veterans Johnny (Alan Ladd), Buzz (William Bendix) and George (Hugh Beaumont) having a farewell drink, in The Blue Dahlia, 1946.>
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