The Flame (1947 film)

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The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.wikipedia
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John H. Auer

The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.

Broderick Crawford

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The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.
Crawford made The Flame (1947) for Republic, and The Time of Your Life (1948) for James Cagney's company.

Vera Ralston

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The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.
The Flame (1947)

Victor Sen Yung

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The Flame (1947) .... Chang

Henry Travers

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The Flame (1947) - Dr. Mitchell

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The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.

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The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.

John Carroll (actor)

John Carroll
The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.

Robert Paige

Bob Paige
The Flame is a 1947 American film noir crime film produced and directed by John H. Auer and starring John Carroll, Vera Ralston, Robert Paige and Broderick Crawford.

Hattie McDaniel

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The New York Times

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The critic at The New York Times panned the film, "The sole distinction of The Flame, a rambling, inept bit of claptrap which sidled into the Gotham yesterday, is the bleakly amusing fact that most of the performers seem either bored or amused with the whole thing. And no wonder. There is a grim, unimaginative which-brother-do-I-love plot, centering on Vera Ralston."

Hal Erickson (author)

Hal Erickson
Film historian and critic Hal Erickson discussed the production values in his brief review, "In terms of both budget and histrionic level, The Flame is one of the most lavish of Republic Pictures' late-1940s productions."

Republic Pictures

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Film historian and critic Hal Erickson discussed the production values in his brief review, "In terms of both budget and histrionic level, The Flame is one of the most lavish of Republic Pictures' late-1940s productions."

Paramount Pictures

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A new restoration of Driftwood by Paramount Pictures, The Film Foundation, and Martin Scorsese will screen at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on February 3, 2018.

The Film Foundation

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A new restoration of Driftwood by Paramount Pictures, The Film Foundation, and Martin Scorsese will screen at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on February 3, 2018.

Martin Scorsese

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A new restoration of Driftwood by Paramount Pictures, The Film Foundation, and Martin Scorsese will screen at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on February 3, 2018.

Museum of Modern Art

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A new restoration of Driftwood by Paramount Pictures, The Film Foundation, and Martin Scorsese will screen at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on February 3, 2018.