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The prowler /

Horizon Pictures presents ; screenplay by Hugo Butler ; produced by S.P. Eagle ; directed by Joseph Losey.

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Names: Losey, Joseph, | Spiegel, Sam, | Butler, Hugo, | Trumbo, Dalton, | Heflin, Van, | Keyes, Evelyn, | Maxwell, John, | Warren, Katherine, | Treacy, Emerson, | Blake, Madge, | Murray, Lyn, | Miller, Arthur C., | Weatherwax, Paul, | Friedman, Izzy, | Winkler, Ben, | Wilhelm, Hans, | Thoeren, Robert,
Published: [Tulsa, OK] : VCI Entertainment, [2011], c1951.
Topics: Adultery - Drama. | Man-woman relationships - Drama. | Murder - Drama. | Husbands - Crimes against - Drama. | Police corruption - California - Los Angeles - Drama.
Regions: California - Los Angeles.
Genres: Feature films - United States. | Film noir. | Crime films. | Fiction films. | Feature films. | Crime films. | Drama. | Feature films. | Fiction films. | Film noir.
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Uniform Title: Prowler (Motion picture : 1951)
Physical Description: 1 videodisc (92 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN: 1557397120
9781557397126
System Details: DVD, all regions, NTSC, full screen (1.37:1) presentation; Dolby 2.0 mono.
Language Note: In English with optional English subtitles.
Summary: A nefarious cop stalks a lonely, repressed Los Angeles housewife and decides to win her by killing her husband.
Performer: Van Heflin (Webb Garwood); Evelyn Keyes (Susan Gilvray); John Maxwell (Bud Crocker); Katharine Warren (Mrs. Crocker); Emerson Treacy (William Gilvray); Madge Blake (Martha Gilvray); Wheaton Chambers (Doctor James); Robert Osterloh (coroner); Sherry Hall (John Gilvray); Louise Lorimer (motel manager); Louise Bates (doctor's wife); Steve Carruthers (Mr. Talbot); Betty Jane Howarth (Mrs. Talbot); Fred Hoose (foreman); Alan Harris (clerk).
Target Audience: Not rated.
Notes: "Mastered from a completely restored 35 mm print c2009 UCLA Film & Television Archive and Film Noir Foundation."--Container.
Adapted from an original story by Robert Theoren and Hans Wilhelm.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1951 and distributed by United Artists.
The original film was restored by UCLC Film & Television Archive, funded by the Film Noir Foundation and the Stanford Theatre Foundation.
Bonus features include: documentary featurette "The cost of living : creating The prowler" with James Ellroy et al; "Masterpiece in the margins" Bertrand Tavernier on The prowler; "On the prowl: restoring The prowler" the Film Noir Foundation and UCLA Film & Television Archive partnership; audio commentary by film noir expert Eddie Muller; original theatrical trailer; photo gallery.
Other Names: Losey, Joseph, film director.
Spiegel, Sam, film producer.
Butler, Hugo, 1914-1968.
Trumbo, Dalton, 1905-1976, screenwriter.
Heflin, Van, 1910-1971, actor.
Keyes, Evelyn, 1916-2008, actor.
Maxwell, John, 1918-1982, actor.
Warren, Katherine, 1905-1965, actor.
Treacy, Emerson, 1900-1967, actor.
Blake, Madge, 1899-1969, actor.
Murray, Lyn, 1909-1989, composer.
Miller, Arthur C., cinematographer.
Weatherwax, Paul, film editor.
Friedman, Izzy, 1903-1981, musical director.
Winkler, Ben, sound designer.
Wilhelm, Hans, 1904-1980.
Thoeren, Robert, 1903-1957.
United Artists Corporation.
UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Film Noir Foundation.
Stanford Theatre Foundation.
VCI Entertainment (Firm)

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