Earl Felton


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Las Vegas Story, The (1952) - I Get Along Without You Very Well Jane Russell as ex-Las Vegas songbird Linda explores her old haunts, with nice location footage, dropping in at her old club, where Hoagy Carmichael is still at the piano, flashing-back on her old song, his famous composition, ex-flame Victor Mature included, in The Las Vegas Story, 1952.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - At The Ballpark Little noted at the time but much praised in retrospect, director Richard Fleischer opens with cops Cordell and Phillips (Charles McGraw, James Flavin) racing to the old L-A Wrigley Field, where they don't realize crook Purvus (William Talman) is timing them, in Amored Car Robbery, 1951.
Las Vegas Story, The (1952) - Clark County, Nevada Hoagy Carmichael narrates as musician Happy, introducing the town, himself, Jane Russell and briefly Victor Mature in their roles, then Vincent Price appears as her husband, opening The Las Vegas Story, 1952, from RKO, director Robert Stevenson and Vegas-invested studio boss Howard Hughes.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - When You Kill A Cop Cops Cordell (Charles McGraw) and Ryan (Don McGuire) are just settling in to watch the stripper and gang moll they plan to interview, when Mapes (Steve Brodie), from the heist gang shows up, bare knuckle interrogation following, in Richard Fleischer's Armored Car Robbery, 1950.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - Some Guys Might Go For Her In just the second scene, director Richard Fleischer getting full exploitation value from Adele Jergens as stripper Yvonne, with master thief Dave (William Talman) looking to take advantage of her discarded husband Benny (Douglas Fowley), in Armored Car Robbery, 1950.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - Awake For A Year L-A cops Cordell (Charles McGraw) and Ryan (Don McGuire) frustrated that their dragnet hasn't caught the perps, quite impervious to caffeine, have only scorn for the insurance rep (Max Mellinger), in Richard Fleischer's heist-Noir, Armored Car Robbery, 1950.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - After You Detectives Brown (Charles McGraw) and Forbes (Don Beddoe) meet their feisty witness (Marie Windsor) before the train ride, in an early scene from Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - He's Dead And You're Alive Detective Brown (Charles McGraw) controls fury toward Mrs. Neall (Marie Windsor) the whiny witness he's guarding, then gets steely toward Kemp (David Clarke) who invades their sleeper, in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - Steadier Nerves Cold then warm meeting with Ann (Jacqueline White) before Brown (Charles McGraw) sees reason to panic as Kemp (David Clarke) pursues his witness aboard the train in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
20,000 Leauges Under The Sea (1954) - I Have Done With Society Having seen the occupants of the apparent-submarine that sank their warship busy underwater, Ned, Aronnax and Consell (Kirk Douglas, Paul Lukas, Peter Lorre) look to escape, but are apprehended by Captain Nemo (James Mason) and crew, whom we meet in stages, in 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea , 1954.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - He Doesn't Mean The Whiskey Nervous Benny (Douglas Fowley) and out-of-town friend Dave (William Talman) pitch the heist to skeptical Los Angeles thugs Mapes (Steve Brodie) and Foster (Gene Evans), early in director Richard Fleischer's Armored Car Robbery, 1950.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - Don't Take Too Long Detective Brown (Charles McGraw) gets a detailed pitch and some sample cash from gangster Yost (Peter Brocco) while the witness (Marie Windsor) sweats, in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.

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