| Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Through a series of bizarre coincidences, an artist finds himself falsely accused of bank robbery and murder and is pursued by the authorities and the real killers.
During the fashion show, Anne Bancroft's character is introduced as wearing a ball gown by Jean Louis. Jean Louis was Columbia Pictures' costume designer. He designed the costumes for this film and many classics, including The Lady from Shanghai (1947) and From Here to Eternity (1953). He also was the costume designer for the 1960s TV sitcom Green Acres (1965).
Guys have probably been swarming around you since your second teeth came through. Maybe you're disillusioned. I don't know, but I don't think to point where you're ready to throw all men aside.
James Vanning: Do I hear a click?
Marie Gardner: Yes.
James Vanning: I'd like to skip all the jockeying...
When John (Brian Keith) and Red (Rudy Bond) first approach Marie's (Anne Bancroft) apartment, Red says "Maybe Vanning's inside" (Aldo Ray). However, they would not have known him by this name at this point. They knew him only by his real name, "Rayburn". Earlier, in the car, they asked him what name he was going by now, but he didn't answer. They were calling him Rayburn then. They also had looked at his wallet but said he was smart, carrying no identification. Therefore, they wouldn't have known him as Vanning yet. They'd never heard that name.
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