The Lost Weekend (1945)

Not Rated  |   |  Drama, Film-Noir


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The desperate life of a chronic alcoholic is followed through a four-day drinking bout.


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  • " The Lost Weekend" Ray Milland 1945 Paramount / MPTV
  • "The Lost Weekend" Ray Milland 1945 Paramount / MPTV
  • Ray Milland and Doris Dowling in The Lost Weekend (1945)

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Trivia

Ray Milland actually checked himself into Bellevue Hospital with the help of resident doctors, in order to experience the horror of a drunk ward. Milland was given an iron bed and he was locked inside the "booze tank." That night, a new arrival came into the ... ...


Quotes

Don Birnam: Most men lead lives of quiet desperation. I can't take quiet desperation!


Goofs

Don places the bottle on the right side of the ceiling lamp and later retrieves it from the left side.

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Film-Noir

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