Quiet young Orfamay Quest from Kansas has hired private detective Philip Marlowe to find her brother. After two leads turn up with ice picks stuck in them, he discovers blackmail photos concerning TV star Mavis Wald. She rejects Marlowe's help, and this is forcibly underlined by her gangster boyfriend. So, wonders Marlowe, is there a link between Orfamay and Mavis?
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Did You Know?
The film was made and released about twenty years after its source novel "The Little Sister" by Raymond Chandler
had been first published in 1949. The book was the fifth Phillip Marlowe novel in Chandler's series. See more
Given the age of the building that Marlowe's office was in, the interior walls should have been made of lathe and plaster, which would much more difficult to break holes in, especially using ones hands and feet.
Clearly the interior walls have been replaced with less durable and much thinner gypsum drywall. See more
How do I get in to see the manager?
[the man he's talking to points him in the right direction
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Words by Norman Gimbel
Music by Peter Matz
Sung by Bruce Arnold of Orpheus See more