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A major plot point from 'The Producers'
- Paul Sorensen
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
This one and Mexico are truly enjoyable entries in series.
The Falcon In Hollywood, In Mexico and Out West
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
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
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
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.