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Murder, My Sweet

Murder, My Sweet(1944)

Also Known As: Farewell My Lovely |

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Brief Synopsis

Detective Philip Marlowe's search for a two-timing woman leads him to blackmail and murder.

Cast & Crew

Edward Dmytryk Director
Dick Powell Philip Marlowe
Claire Trevor Mrs. Helen Grayle previously known as Velma Valento
Anne Shirley Ann Grayle
Otto Kruger Jules Amthor
Mike Mazurki Moose Malone
Miles Mander Mr. Grayle
Douglas Walton Lindsay Marriott
Don Douglas Lt. Randall
Ralf Harolde Dr. Sonderborg
Esther Howard Mrs. Jessie Florian
John Indrisano Chauffeur
Jack Carr Short man

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1944 Production Date:  EB; AFI-lib
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Duration(mins):  93 or 95 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,572    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Mr. Powell is the best of the Marlowes

    Judy 2017-01-18

    Wow...what a terrific film noir with a top notch cast to boot!!! Mr. Dick Powell is just superb as private-eye detective, Philip Marlowe, imparting sex... MORE>

  • Murder My Sweet

    Michael Whitty 2016-08-29

    Raymond Chandler's classic mystery "Farewell My Lovely" was first put to film with "Murder My Sweet" in 1944 with Dick Powell... MORE>

  • Perfect!

    Nancy Pine 2016-04-16

    This is such a great film. All the actors are so good in their roles. Who knew Dick Powell could do 'hard-boiled' so well? And the dialog,... MORE>