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The Falcon in Danger (1943)

 -  Crime | Mystery  -  17 July 1943 (USA)
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Whem a passenger plane crash lands at a local airport, bystanders and first responders are shocked to find there is no one aboard.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Tom Conway ...
Jean Brooks ...
Iris Fairchild
Elaine Shepard ...
Nancy Palmer
Amelita Ward ...
Bonnie Caldwell
Cliff Clark ...
Edward Gargan ...
Det. Bates (as Ed Gargan)
Clarence Kolb ...
Stanley Harris Palmer
Felix Basch ...
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Richard Davies ...
Kenneth Gibson
Richard Martin ...
George Morley
Erford Gage ...
Evan Morley
Eddie Dunn ...
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Two industrialists disappear from an airplane while the plane is in the air. Also missing is $100,000. The Falcon investigates and discovers a plot against the government. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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Phantom Pilot or Fiendish Killer?

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Crime | Mystery

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17 July 1943 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The sixth of sixteen movies for the suave detective nicknamed "The Falcon" starring Tom Conway. See more »

Goofs

At the start of the film when the airliner is shown crashing the model is of a conventional small twin-engined airliner. In the live action shots after the crash it has the unusual twin horizontal tail structures supported by several vertical surfaces of the Capelis XC-12, also used in Five Came Back (1939). See more »

Quotes

Iris Fairchild: Why are you suddenly so interested in me?
Tom Lawrence: Beautiful and mysterious women always interest me.
Iris Fairchild: Mysterious... ?
Tom Lawrence: ...and unpredictable.
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A decent plot that is ruined by one truly awful performance!
20 November 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I like old B-detective films and have seen dozens. And of all these series films, the Falcon films are among my favorites--even the later Tom Conway versions (that were slightly less enjoyable than his brother's Falcon films). It has the usual amiable performance by Conway and a decent script (without the usual bumbling cops--here they actually weren't totally stupid) but is totally destroyed by one of the most awful and annoying characters I have seen in this type of film. In other words, an exceptional film is undone by one major weak link--this time in the form of Amelita Ward as Tom Lawrence's totally obnoxious fiancée. While she isn't hideous to look at, her personality is so bad that she would be the perfect poster child for a "retroactive abortion campaign". I simply wanted this loud-mouthed and ditsy dame to die and die soon--and hopefully painfully.

You can't blame all of this on Ward, as I suppose she was just being the sort of wretched character the writers and director envisioned. However, with so much of the film showing excellent and intelligent writing, I truly wonder what was going on here that we don't know about today. For example, could Ward have have held incriminating photos that forced RKO to put her in the film or perhaps the writers wanted the public to totally hate her? These might explain the discrepancy between this character and the rest of the film!! As far as the plot goes, it's pretty interesting and is all wrapped up nicely, but because Ward is so terrible and so grating, I don't recommend this film to anyone but those determined to see every film from the series. Don't say I didn't warn you!


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