Murder, My Sweet | Chicago Reader

Murder, My Sweet

Dick Powell (Busby Berkeley's boy soprano) takes on a new image and emerges as the toughest screen incarnation of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe. In this 1944 version of Farewell, My Lovely, Edward Dmytryk, still in his interesting pre-HUAC film noir stage, handles the Chandlerian complications with style. With Claire Trevor, Anne Shirley, and Mike Mazurki. 95 min.


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