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Stranger On the Third Floor (1940)
- James Higgins
This was dismissed in 1940, and fortunately is no longer that way. Awesome pace and cinematography, fine performances from all, great lighting and taut direction. Good score and very engrossing.
And Man this Stranger is strange
- Oliver Cutshaw
Engrossing little film noir is worth viewing. But it is Lorre's performance that is the main reason to see this cult classic. Though not on the screen that much, he dominates the film. He is the quintescence of the sad, isolated, half-crazed man who haunts your nightmares.