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The Falcon in Hollywood(1944)

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  • A major plot point from 'The Producers'

    • Paul Sorensen
    • 6/29/13

    As usual, Tom Conway guides befuddled cops to solve a Hollywood murder. Veda Ann Borg is smart and gorgeous as 'Billie', the taxi driver. She provides a nice, comic counterpoint to Conway's droll Falcon. The producer of a small studio film is killing off investors. He has sold 8 investors a 25% interest in the movie. Sound familiar?I immediately thought of Mel Brooks' 'The Producers'. Brooks nailed the concept, But this is one of the better Falcon episodes.

  • Love This and Mexico Falcon's

    • falconetti
    • 6/29/13

    This one and Mexico are truly enjoyable entries in series.

  • The Falcon In Hollywood, In Mexico and Out West

    • Robert
    • 8/5/10

    Actually three movies, but the best of The Falcon series-all of which were very good. These had great "locations", good cast and excellent stories.Much better than the Saint movies.TCM should release these three and maybe some others as a DVD set.The Saint in Palm Springs is an excellent movie that is similar to the above. Of course, it starred Tom Conway's brother George Sanders.

  • The Falcon in Hollywood

    • Bablefish
    • 6/8/10

    Not your standard mystery, and not you standard Falcon film. Besides being one of the best of the series. This film actually gives you a look inside RKO in 1943. That alone makes this film worth watching.

  • Entertaining Mystery Series

    • cathy hansen
    • 10/7/09

    The (overlooked) "Falcon" series with Tom Conway is a well produced and written mystery whodunit with great character actors--and deserves a DVD series set. There is mystery, drama, and humor, with imaginitive location atmosphere and sets. Fun for the entire family.

  • The Falcon in Hollywood (1943)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 9/26/09

    One of the better entries in the Falcon series. The cast is great. It's a skillful blend of mystery, drama and just the right amount of comic touches. The pacing is great and it always held my interest.

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