- Acting of Lead Performers
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The four-time Academy Award winning Director, Fred Zennemann at but 35 years of age, showed the brilliance of the years to come in this, his first time Directing a film. This is such a good film noir! Not a scene is wasted, the use of shadows and light is perfect and the cast is exceptional without one huge name in the bunch. The story runs along at a fast clip and I was loathe to even get up for a cup of coffee lest I miss something. Even the comedic aspects, particularly with "Friday," the gorgeous German shepherd, are terrific. I've seen this film several times and I'm always amazed at how this little jewel is so unnoticed in the noir genre. Do view this film! You'll be glad you did!
Eyes in the night
- Johannes van Hoek
I thought it was an absolutely wonderful film , cast was excellent and I love the plot ,,, there was something there for everyone , a family movie ,something that terribly lacks today . I would highly recommend this film to anyone that longs for good wholesome entertainment that's looking for some serious lighthearted intrigue with a little comedy to boot
"Friday" The..best act of the show.....Love ya!
- Linda Talarico
Excellent and well done.... Friday, was the best act...any relation to The Lost Hobo..? I really enjoyed every minute of Friday's act...he certainly deserves an Oscar for that performance!
Eyes in the Night (1942)
- Mr. Blandings
Sadly, I missed the first half of this film, but of the half I did see I was impressed. Edward Arnold and Friday are both awesomely brilliant. Please show this film again soon, TCM!
My Eyes Are On Donna Reed In The Night!
- Steve S.
Like so many - she went too soon. I miss her!This Alpha DVD isn't the best quality but until "someone" restores it, it will have to do!
Another WW@ Spy vs Good guy Flick of note
Not one of Edward Arnold 's(a great actor)best jobs.Even "Friday" the wonder dog isn't too wondrous by 21st century standards.Can you imagine the paranoia gripping the USA when this was made? A spy in every butler uniform , a Nazi leader in every basement. Interesting more for its part in movie history during wartime than as a real entertaining film. Ingenue Donna Reed is especially attractive in one of her earlier performances.
WHO IS "CHANEY"?
- Margaret Wedgwood
Chaney is a lead player in the movie, yet she is not listed in the credits. Is this supposed to be "Actress" ? Marie Windsor is allegedly in the movie.