Film & Water #120 – Where The Sidewalk Ends



To close out #Noirvember, Rob and Dr. Anj continue their Gene Tierney/Otto Preminger Double Feature by discussing 1950's WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS, a film noir also starring Dana Andrews!

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2 responses to “Film & Water #120 – Where The Sidewalk Ends

  1. Thanks for another splendid episode, boys. I had seen this film, though not for a few years, so it was great to be reminded of a terrific watch.

    Funnily enough, Ginger Rogers also played a living mannequin, in Storm Warning a year later – one of your Noirvember movies, Rob. I bought, and watched, and enjoyed, oh great mentor!

  2. This sounds like a great film. I need to invest some time in watching more Noirs. I’ve only seen a few handful of the classics, but I always enjoy them.

    The title of this makes me think of that scene in The Naked Gun where Frank Drebin is thinking over the case in a very noirsh scene, walking past all the neon signs in town, lost in thought. Then he finds himself at the end of the sidewalk, out in the country, with the lights of the city far away in the background and confused, asks “…and where the hell was I?”

    Oh, and according to my Dad, who was a cop here in our small town of Cynthiana, KY in the 60s, even our town was constantly bustling with people on the street, almost every night. On the weekends, you couldn’t stir them with a stick. Now…ghost town.


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