Detour (1946) - He Died Of Old Age
Cruel hitcher Vera (Ann Savage) and nervous drifter Al (Tom Neal) arriving in Los Angeles, she having taken charge upon revealing that she knows he is not the dead salesman he's been impersonating, cold business, in Edgar G. Ulmer's Detour, 1946.
Detour (1946) - That Rotten Tune
Crisp opening from director Edgar G. Ulmer, Tom Neal, narrating, as "Al," Esther Howard the waitress, Pat Gleason the truck driver, bargain lighting by Benjamin H. Kline, from the legendary no-budget Noir Detour, 1946.
Detour (1946) - That Day In Arizona
Al (Tom Neal) hitchhiking with philosophical voice-over, meets pill-popping motorist Haskell (Edmund MacDonald), suggestive comments, clues and darkness gathering, in Edgar G. Ulmer's famous cheapie Detour, 1946.
Detour (1946) - There Was A Woman
Rightly troubled Al (Tom Neal), on his first day impersonating the deceased Haskell, comes upon Vera (Ann Savage), on whom he has extensive comments, her first scene in her now-celebrated Noir role, in Edgar G. Ulmer's Detour, 1946.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Detour (1945)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Detour, 1945.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller Intro -- Detour (1945)
Noir Alley host Eddie Muller introduces Detour, 1945.