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Barking Bitch Annoys
- Will Fox
Before boring and depressing yourself needlessly with the weakest, 'Falcon in Danger' a bomb blown by the Falcon's chronically clinging hayseed, jealous fianc; she is the worst nag; a loudmouthed Chihuahua; she rarely stops yapping better see the early Falcon Films first: "The Gay Falcon" (1941, 3.5 stars); "A Date With The Falcon" (1941, 4 stars, delightfully witty!); "The Falcon Takes Over" (1942, 4 stars); "The Falcon's Brother" (1942, 2.5 stars; kills always classy George Saunders to substitute series' cardboard copy, brother Tom); and "The Falcon Strikes Back" (1943, 3 stars; Tom rises with surprising self-confidence, learning to charm). Best of all, the first 3 Falcon Films (1941 -1942), feature the snappiest scripts and the most sizzling dialogues between A-List star, George Saunders and the often overlooked genius by one of the funniest scene-stealers of all time. Saunders' wisecracking sidekick, Allen Jenkins has brilliant comedic timing and savvy body language, slyly multiplying his punchlines' impact. Jenkins delivers twice as many naturally funny jokes per hour vs. any 5 Bob Hope highlights shows, combined. WATCH TCM, to multiply opportunities over days, to pick your most convenient, affordable, and engaging entertainment. Barking Bitch Annoys
Still one of my Favorites In the Series!!!
I remember first seeing this on the late show when RKO's library was broadcast out of channel 9 out of NYC back in the late 70's. It was 4:30am and I had to be up for school at 6:30am to get ready for school. The movie was wonderful. I enjoyed the story of a mysterious plane, landing by itself. The story evolving around a group of suspicious characters, a suave yet hard boiled adventerer (detective) upstaging the city police force at every turn, despite his hay-seed girl friend. The film produced a great mood with its stannard RKO noir style photography and The Stannard RKO music score. This film made me tune in the next night (again at 4:30am, all week long; we didn't have VCR's yet) to what be my Top 3 mystery film 'The Falcon In Hollywood". I really enjoyed Tom Conway's portrayals of the Falcon the most even though I've grown a greater appreciation for George Sander's portrayal of the ametuer slueth in recent years.
a lousy movieaverage performanceswaste of time spent
The Falcon in Danger (1943)
- Celia Trimboli
All The Falcon movies were great. Both George Sanders and Tom Conway excelled.