Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The voice in The Judge's apartment building yelling downstairs is Marjorie Main.
Police Lt. Harry Grant:
We struck pay dirt.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: Yeah, if he buys his magazines here, he probably lives somewhere nearby.
Police Lt. Harry Grant: Well, we'll check the laundries, poolrooms, markets, saloons.
Police Sgt. Art Collins: It's a cinch. All we have to do is turn the neighborhood upside down, then shake all the ...
Police Lt. Harry Grant: ...
Because of the abundance and age of the stock footage employed, the age of the automobiles is more often pre-WWII rather than post-WWII, and frequently changes from one scene to the next. Detective Grant drives a 1939 Buick, unusual in itself because it was already ten years old at the time, but a 1942 Chrysler shows up in its place in some of the stock footage. Likewise, the taxicabs continually range from pre-WWII to post-WWII models.
Check out IMDb's San Diego Comic-Con coverage, featuring Kevin Smith as captain of the IMDboat, July 18 to 20, 2019, visit our guide to Star Wars, family entertainment, and more.