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Clash by Night

Year:
Duration:
105 min
Genres:
Drama | Film-Noir
IMDB rate:
7.1
Director:
Fritz Lang
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1952-08-04
Filming Locations: Monterey, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe
Clash by Night
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
Clash by Night
Paul Douglas
Jerry D'Amato
Robert Ryan
Earl Pfeiffer
J. Carrol Naish
Uncle Vince
Silvio Minciotti
Papa D'Amato
Keith Andes
Joe Doyle
William Bailey
Waiter (uncredited)
Dan Bernaducci
Guest (uncredited)
Dick Coe
Guest (uncredited)
Irene Crosby
Guest (uncredited)
Tony Dante
Fisherman (uncredited)
Roy Darmour
Man (uncredited)
Nancy Duke
Guest (uncredited)
Art Dupuis
Customer (uncredited)
Paul Finnegan
Young Boy Rolling Hoop (uncredited)
Gil Frye
Man (uncredited)
Helen Hansen
Guest (uncredited)
Frank Kreig
Art the Projectionist (uncredited)
Mario Siletti
Bartender (uncredited)
Bill Slack
Customer (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
Bartender (uncredited)
Deborah Stewart
Baby Gloria (uncredited)
Diane Stewart
Baby Gloria (uncredited)
Julius Tannen
Waiter (uncredited)
Sally Yarnell
Guest (uncredited)
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Trivia
Robert Ryan also worked in the original 1941 Broadway production, which ran for 49 performances at the Belasco Theatre. He played Joe Doyle's character, played in the movie by Keith Andes.
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This was Barbara Stanwyck's first movie as a single woman, which also featured the rising young star Marilyn Monroe. Barbara gave a good performance in one of her most memorable films. Despite her emotional devastation, the crew noted Barbara's lack of a diva tantrum, Fritz Lang later said, "She's fantastic, unbelievable, and I liked her tremendously. When Marilyn missed her lines---which she did constantly---Barbara never said a word."
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Shot in 1951, not released until 1952.
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Quotes
Mae Doyle D'Amato: You don't like women, do you?
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Mae Doyle D'Amato: Aren't there any more comfortable men in this world? Now they're all little and nervous like sparrows or big and worried like sick bears. Men!
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Uncle Vince: Women, we spoil 'em in this country - too much education, too much free speech.
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Photos from cast
Marilyn Monroe Barbara Stanwyck