R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
A private investigator is hired by a man who calls himself Louis Cyphre to track down a singer named Johnny Favorite. But the investigation takes an unexpected and somber turn.
According to United States Army records, Harry Angel's service number (O-168042) was assigned to Eugene M. Vigneron who was a World War II Coastal Artillery Colonel with follow-on Army Reserve service until retirement in 1962.
Johnny. Johnny. Johnny.
When Harry mets Margaret she ask him if he would like a tea. He accepts and puts the cup on the edge of the table near him. When he gets up the cup vanishes.
After the end credits roll, you hear the whisper on a black screen, "Harry? Johnny?"
The American tv version, presumably in order to make up for time lost in editing the controversial sex scene, added footage that was not included in either the R or Unrated versions. The added footage was mostly made up of flashbacks to the war and other various oddities, and actually helped explain some of the more vague points of the movie.
$3,688,721 (USA) (8 March 1987)