|Back Street 1941 N/R, 84 min.|
Director: Robert Stevenson
Cast: Charles Boyer, Margaret Sullavan, Richard Carlson, Frank McHugh, Tim Holt, Frank Jenks, Esther Dale, Samuel S. Hinds, Marjorie Gateson, Cecil Cunningham, Peggy Stewart, Nell O'Day, Kitty O'Neil, Nella Walker, Dale Winter
Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan are a believable team as they play star-crossed lovers Walter and Rae who, due to a mix-up, do not marry. Five years later, they meet again. Rae is engaged to marry Curt (Richard Carlson), and Walter has married another woman. Their love has lasted over the years, and Rae agrees to be Walter's mistress–an affair that will last for many years.
|Quicksand 1950 N/R, 79 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Irving Pichel
Cast: Mickey Rooney, Jeanne Cagney, Barbara Bates, Peter Lorre, Taylor Holmes, Art Smith, Wally Cassell, Richard Lane, John Gallaudet, Minerva Urecal, Patsy O'Connor, Sidney Marion, Jimmy Dodd, Kitty O'Neil, Lester Dorr
Auto mechanic Dan (Mickey Rooney) falls for conniving waitress Vera (Jeanne Cagney). Needing money to take her out, Dan lifts $20 from the garage cash register, intending to return it before the accountant checks the books. But, this initiates a downward spiral when he takes on ever more debt to pay the last one, which leads to destruction.
|1. Back Street (1941)|
2. Quicksand (1950)
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