Friday, June 11, 2021

Images from Three Films

Edmund Lowe and Claire Trevor tangle with gamblers, blackmailers and diamond smugglers while traveling aboard a luxury liner in Black Sheep (1935).  The film's cinematographer was three-time Oscar winner Arthur Miller.

In My Gun Is Quick (1957), private detective Mike Hammer (Robert Bray) finds himself having to dodge being beaten and being shot as he seeks to recover a cache of stolen jewelry.  The film's cinematographer, Harry Neumann, specialized in shooting westerns and gangster films.

In La grande frousse (1964), a police inspector (Bourvil) trails a counterfeiter to a small town, where he encounters many strange residents.  The cinematographer was Eugen Schüfftan, who won an Oscar three years earlier for his work on The Hustler (1961).

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