Killing, The (1956) - None Of These Men Are Criminals
Continuing narration (Art Gilmore from Jim Thompsons script) we meet Johnny (Sterling Hayden), speaking in notably similar style, with girlfriend Fay (Coleen Gray), and more exposition as co-conspirator Unger (Jay C. Flippen) joins them, in Stanley Kubricks acclaimed The Killing, 1956.
Killing, The (1956) - These Two Other Guys
Ex-con Johnny (Sterling Hayden) briefing his cohorts, Joe Sawyer as Mike, Ted de Corsia as cop Randy, Jay C. Flippen as Marvin and Elisha Cook as racetrack employee George, whose wife Sherry (Marie Windsor) turns out to be listening-in, in Stanley Kubricks heist drama The Killing, 1956.
Killing, The (1956) - Meatball With Gravy
Sherry (Marie Windsor), having just heard from her milquetoast husband about the plan to rob the racetrack, visits Val (Vince Edwards) whom we learn is her lover, wondering after a fade to black how they might profit, in Stanley Kubricks The Killing, 1956, starring Sterling Hayden.
Killing, The (1956) - He Was Totally Disinterested
Following credits at the Bay Meadows track in San Mateo, California, director Stanley Kubrick with Art Gilmores narration, written by Jim Thompson from the Lionel White novel, introducing conspirators Jay C. Flippen, Joe Sawyer the barkeep, Elisha Cook at the window, in The Killing, 1956.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller on The Killing (1956)
Noir Alley host Eddie Mullers introduction and comments following The Killing, 1956.
Killing, The (1956) - Shooting Horses Out Of Season
Director Stanley Kubrick introduces the notorious character actor and occasional filmmaker Timothy Carey (who would co-star in Kubricks Paths Of Glory, 1962) as gunman Nikki, interviewed by Sterling Hayden as ex-con Johnny, setting up the racetrack robbery in The Killing, 1956.