Big Clock, The - (Original Trailer)
Ray Milland gets the job of finding the man last seen with his boss' murdered mistress, knowing the evidence will point to him in The Big Clock (1948).
Big Clock, The (1948) - If The Clock Stops?
Flashback begins as a tour-guide (Earle Hodgins) describes the clock and the Janoth Building, and witty George (Ray Milland) happens by for an illuminating elevator ride, in John Farrow's The Big Clock, 1948.
Big Clock, The (1948) - Where Are The Green Clocks?
Deep in his flashback, newly-fired Stroud (Ray Milland), on a bender with his boss's mistress Pauline (Rita Johnson), encounters Elsa Lanchester and an antique dealer (Henri Letondal), then barkeep Burt (Frank Orth) and boozy actor McKinley (LLoyd Corrigan), in John Farrow's The Big Clock, 1948.
Big Clock, The (1948) - Open, 36 Hours Ago
Opening title sequence and Ray Milland's nervous narration, from John Farrow's 1948 corporate thriller The Big Clock, 1948, also starring Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Sullivan and Elsa Lanchester.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller on The Big Clock (1948)
Noir Alley host Eddie Mullers introduction and comments following The Big Clock, 1948.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Big Clock (1948)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Big Clock, 1948.
Big Clock, The (1948) - The System Of Irrelevant Clues
Remarkable single take by John Farrow, directing Ray Milland as magazine editor George, going to the mat with Charles Laughton, as publisher Janoth, over his delayed honeymoon, then taking a call from acquaintance Pauline (Rita Johnson), whom we know to be the boss's nearly-estranged mistress, in The Big Clock, 1948.
Big Clock, The (1948) - You Cheap Imitation Napoleon!
Deeper still into the flashback which established him as a wanted criminal, editor George (Ray Milland), hung-over and newly-fired, escapes as Pauline (Rita Johnson) prepares for an unexpected encounter with his boss and her sugar-daddy Janoth (Charles Laughton) in The Big Clock, 1948.