Noir Alley: Eddie Muller on Lady In The Lake (1947)
Noir Alley host Eddie Mullers introduction and comments following Lady In The Lake, 1947.
Lady In The Lake, The - (Original Trailer)
Robert Montgomery stars in and directs Lady in the Lake (1946), portraying Philip Marlowe in a mystery shot entirely from the detective's viewpoint.
Lady In The Lake (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I Like Your Tan
Dick Simmons (as pretty-boy Chris Lavery) addresses the camera and director-star Robert Montgomery (as Raymond Chandler's detective Philip Marlowe) in a relatively brief scene from Lady In The Lake, 1947.
Lady In The Lake (1947) -- (Movie Clip) My Name Is Marlowe
Director and star Robert Montgomery in his introduction of himself, as Raymond Chandler's detective, and "you," as the first-hand viewer, beginning the subjective-camera feature Lady In The Lake, 1947.
Lady In The Lake (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Imagine You Needing Ice Cubes!
Audrey Totter (as editor "Adrienne Fromset") is the subject of director-star Robert Montgomery's camera, who, as Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe, appears in a mirror, in this early scene from Lady In The Lake, 1947.
Lady In The Lake (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits
Give director and star Robert Montgomery credit right off the bat, going full-Christmas with the opening credits, then hitting the sour note, in the subjective-camera experiment Lady In The Lake, 1947, from Raymond Chandler's novel.
Lady In The Lake (1947) -- (Movie Clip) You Like Our Jail?
Director-star Robert Montgomery, in his subjective-camera experiment, playing Raymond Chandler's "Philip Marlowe," sees Lloyd Nolan ("Lt. DeGarmot") and Capt. Kane (Tom Tully) in The Lady In The Lake, 1947.