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Heartaches (1947)

Approved  |   |  Crime, Drama  |  28 June 1947 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Sheila Ryan ...
Toni Wentworth
Edward Norris ...
Jimmy McDonald, Evening Telegram Reporter
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'Breezie' Mann
Kenneth Farrell ...
Vic Morton (as Ken Farrell)
James Seay ...
Lt. Dan Armstrong, Homicide
Frank Orth ...
Mike Connelly, Vic's Agent
Chili Williams ...
Sally, Morton's Secretary
Lash La Rue ...
DeLong aka Trigger Malone (as Al LaRue)
Charles Mitchell ...
Pete Schilling, Magestic Studio Chief
Phyllis Planchard ...
Lila Fairchild
Ann Staunton ...
Mrs. Anne Connelly
Arthur Space ...
Dan Savronic, postal inspector
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MURDER STALKS THE VOICE THAT THRIILED MILLIONS! (original poster-all caps) See more »

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And headaches too !!

I comment it before it erases from my memory. A typically little mystery yarn as American film industry made by dozens between 30's and 40's. Short, yes, but also talkative and with boring moments; such singing sequences - three or four times - to fill up the film length. As for B westerns, when you saw the horse galoping all over the plains with Roy Rogers or Gene Autry riding it, six minutes long - not straight, of course, so that the feature may reach the 55 minutes. Or the sequences where you saw guys opening and shutting doors - not in a row, as you may guess - at least twenty times in the movie. If you add, it made three or four minutes. I tried the count once !!

So, this little crime flick takes place in a cinema studio, where the lead, a singer, has his life threaten by a mysterious killer.

That's all I can say about it. Nothing else. A manufactured product useless to comment any further.


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