Jimmy McNamara is an ex-writer and ex-WW II veteran turned accountant who receives a call from Vivian, his ex-fiance and current night club singer. Vivian got a Hollywood contract and is ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Mcnamara
Lianne Marie Dobbs ...
Vivian Lee
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Sidney Montgomery
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Shawn O'Reily
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Reporter
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Jazz Club Patron
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Detective
Max Celestin ...
Police Officer
Matthew Dalton Lynch ...
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Michael James Finley ...
Louie
Samuel Gonzalez ...
Police Officer
Joseph Leinwand ...
Reporter
Allan Mednard ...
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Joe Mele ...
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Joseph Menchaca ...
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Storyline

Jimmy McNamara is an ex-writer and ex-WW II veteran turned accountant who receives a call from Vivian, his ex-fiance and current night club singer. Vivian got a Hollywood contract and is taking Jimmy with her. All he has to do is retrieve the negatives of compromising pictures that a gossip columnist is about to publish and that put her future career in danger. But his mission might not be as simple as it seems. Written by Anonymous

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February 2012 (USA)  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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4: 3
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Trivia

The title of the movie is a reference and a tribute to the original pulp magazines called 'Black Mask' that popularized the hard-boiling writing style and some of its more prominent writers like Raymond Chandler and Dashiel Hammett. See more »

Quotes

Vivian Lee: How've you been Jimmy?
Jimmy Mcnamara: Oh, I'm enjoying the numbers. But you, I can see you are living the dream.
Vivian Lee: It pays the bills.
Jimmy Mcnamara: If you like bad smells and rats you should sing in the sewers.
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Crazy Credits

The musical composition in the opening credits actually tell the progression of the story in terms of intensity, tone and mood. See more »

Soundtracks

I Want You
Lyrics by Tony De Sare
Music by Bill Zeffiro and Luke Darnell
Sang by Lianne Marie Dobbs
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