PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Rupert Everett wrote in The New York Times 5/8/2016: "Orson Welles once told me about the day he called Marlene and asked her to be in "Touch Of Evil" - that afternoon. She jumped out of bed, rushed over to Paramount to consult with her Svengali, Travis Banton (the well-known costumer). ... ...
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The car blown up in the opening scene has a completely different radiator grille and front bumper prior to the explosion.
In the 111-minute restored version, there are no credits at all until the end of the film.
$70,725 (USA) (13 September 1998)
$2,237,659 (USA) (3 January 1999)
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