RARA-AVIS: Lady in the Lake

From: Racerick75@aol.com
Date: 16 Feb 2006

 Bill Denton wrote:
<<I did notice that included in the Warner Brothers DVD release list is LADY IN THE LAKE, the 1947 one shot from Philip Marlowe's (Robert Montgomery) perspective. You only ever see Marlowe when he looks in a mirror, because you're looking through his eyes. I saw it years ago and liked it, though I think some folks here found it strained.>>
  Count me in that group. Every time I see it, it gives me a headache. The only saving graces are Lloyd Nolan and one of my personal heartthrobs, Audrey Totter.
  It still runs on Turner Classic Movies once a month or so. I caught it back in December, I think, and despite knowing that I don't like it I had to watch because it is, after all, Raymond Chandler. I think it's a law or something. R
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