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Where the Sidewalk Ends
- Dana Andrews

Overview - Otto Preminger's follow-up to his massively successful LAURA, WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS is a film noir set in postwar New York, where corruption and violence run rampant. Based on a novel by William L. Stuart, the atmospheric film stars Dana Andrews as Sergeant Mark Dixon, a detective whose brutal tactics have landed him in hot water with his superiors.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Otto Preminger's follow-up to his massively successful LAURA, WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS is a film noir set in postwar New York, where corruption and violence run rampant. Based on a novel by William L. Stuart, the atmospheric film stars Dana Andrews as Sergeant Mark Dixon, a detective whose brutal tactics have landed him in hot water with his superiors. When he accidentally kills a murder suspect, he tries to divert suspicion from himself and blame the death on his nemesis, crime boss Tommy Scalese (Gary Merrill, ALL ABOUT EVE), whom Dixon is obsessed with taking down. He is close to achieving his goal when he becomes involved with the dead man's wife, the beautiful Morgan Taylor (Gene Tierney, LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN, LAURA), which suddenly changes everything.

Cast List

Otto Preminger - Director/Producer/Actor
Otto Ludwig Preminger - Director/Producer/Actor
Gene Tierney - American actress, LAURA
Dana Andrews - American Actor
Carver Dana Andrews - American Actor

 
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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 95
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543215608
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: December 2005

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Mystery
Suspense
Thriller
Murder
Cops
Film Noir
Love Affairs
Murder Mysteries
Murder Investigations

 
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Reviews:
"Screenwriter Ben Hecht supplies memorable bits even for the character actors." -- Grade: A- - 12/09/2005 Entertainment Weekly, p.71-72

 
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