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Conflict, Movie, 1945 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Tatort Springfield (Austria)
  • De Dood Kwam Niet Op De Afspraak (Belgium)
  • Konflikt (Germany)
  • Retorno al abismo (Spain)
  • Ristiriitoja (Finland)
  • La mort n'était pas au rendez-vous (France)
  • Nebbie (Italy)
  • Conflitos de Alma (Portugal)

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vilero ES

2012-02-15 19:08


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vilero ES

2012-02-15 20:48


Goof: Continuity

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Used as same Buick but they used two different cars.

DidierF FR

2015-06-14 04:10


Once again, murdering his wife, even if she is a real pain in the ass, is not a good idea if your best friend is an American psychiatrist trained in Vienna. That's what aimed to prove Kurt (now Curtis) Bernhardt, I suppose, on the basis of a novel co-written by Robert Siodmak.

Ts-ts-ts, those Germans… They are straining to the extreme our suspension of disbelief.

Rather vain effort, here, though Humphrey Bogart is good (showing some restrain). And if you want a real good taste of Sydney Greenstreet's abilities, have a look at Don Siegel's The Verdict (where Peter Lorre has a nice part to play, too).

Goodies for rjluna2:
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(Warner Bros. studios lot, somewhere between 1943 and 1945).

Time-tagged, and some cars added—possibility of doubles, you know…

chicomarx BE

2015-06-14 05:34


Crime never pays, the Hays Code wouldn't allow it, that's the annoying thing about American films '40s-50s, when you want the criminals to succeed they never can.

rjluna2 US

2015-06-15 02:03


DidierF wrote Goodies for rjluna2:

(Warner Bros. studios lot, somewhere between 1943 and 1945).

Ahh, the famous Daves original Acme :)

Thanks, Didier :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

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