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Farewell My Lovely

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F starring
Robert Mitchum
Charlotte Rampling. Giant ex-con
Moose Molloy doesn't suffer from any gunshot wounds - but he has a hole in his heart for Velma, his long-lost love; he wants her found.... and fast. Moose offers Marlowe the job, and he's a hard man to turn down. Robert Mitchum is perfectly cast as the cynical private eye in this film of the Chandler classic, set against a beautifully re-created 1940s California.
Screenplay by DAVID ZELAG GOODMAN from the novel by RAYMOND CHANDLER
Produced by GEORGE PAPPAS and JERRY BRUCKHEIMER
Directed by DICK RICHARDS
* FILMS: page 14
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Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Charlotte Rampling.
Unknown: Moose Molloy
Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: David Zelag Goodman
Novel By: Raymond Chandler
Produced By: George Pappas
Produced By: Jerry Bruckheimer
Directed By: Dick Richards
Marlowe: Robert Mitchum
Mrs Grayle: Charlotte Rampling
Nulty: John Ireland
Mrs Florian: Sylvia Miles
Brunette: Anthony Zerbe
Billy Rolfe: Harry Dean Stanton
Moose Molloy: Jack O'Halloran
Nick: Joe Spinell
Jonnie: Sylvester Stallone

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