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John Farrow  

  Key Noir Filmmaker  

Director / Screenwriter
1904 - 1963 
Born February 10, Sydney, Australia
Key Genres: Drama, Crime, Adventure  TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: Eda Warren (Editor), Hans Dreier (Production Designer), Victor Young (Composer), Jonathan Latimer (Screenwriter), Franz Bachelin (Production Designer), Robert Mitchum (Leading Player), Ray Milland (Leading Player), Maureen O'Sullivan (Leading Player), Endre Bohem (Producer), John Seitz (Cinematographer)
Highly Recommended: His Kind of Woman (1951)
Recommended: You Came Along (1945), The Big Clock (1948), Where Danger Lives (1950), Hondo (1953)
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250 Quintessential Noir Films: The Big Clock (1948), Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948), Where Danger Lives (1950), His Kind of Woman (1951)
 
 

 

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