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The Falcon's Brother (1942) Poster

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Tom Conway (Tom Laurence) was the real life elder brother of George Sanders (Gay Laurence). This film was Sanders' final appearance as "The Falcon," a role of which he had grown tired. Sanders passed the baton to Conway, who played the role in nine subsequent films until 1946.
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Originally intended to be the last of the "Falcon" movies, as George Sanders wanted out of the series.
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The fourth of sixteen movies for the suave detective nicknamed "The Falcon" starring both Tom Conway and George Sanders.
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This is one of only two films in which both George Sanders and his brother Tom Conway appear. The second is Death of a Scoundrel (1956). They played brothers in both films.
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Kenneth Harlan as "Torrence" is supposed to be in this film but he was not seen.
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