Farewell My Lovely 1975
Amazon Instant Video
|Starring||Robert Mitchum, Charlotte Rampling|
|Supporting actors||John Ireland, Sylvia Miles, Anthony Zerbe, Harry Dean Stanton, Jack O'Halloran, Joe Spinell, Sylvester Stallone, Kate Murtagh, John O'Leary, Walter McGinn, Burton Gilliam, Jim Thompson, Jimmy Archer, Ted Gehring, Logan Ramsey, Margie Hall, Jack Bernardi, Bennett Ohta|
|MPAA rating||R (Restricted)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
The moody noir atmosphere is everything in this film.
Robert Mitchum, Sylvia Miles, Charlotte Rampling, Harry Dean Stanton, Jack O'Halloran, John Ireland and Sylvester Stallone,among others - what a lineup.
It is very disappointing to find this DVD is so hard to find at this time that the current pricing is so outlandish!
Farewell My Lovely is the perfect alternative for a hard boiled detective yarn for those who think The Maltese Falcon is too vintage, and Chinatown too pretentious. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Clifton
I personally love the 40's version of this film "Murder, My Sweet" with Dick Powell, but this is a very worthy remake. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rollo
If you know the old radio show Harry Nile you'll love this movie.Published 3 months ago by Catherine Wood
I feared buying a version with Korean print on the box but the copy was in excellent condition. A very fair price for a somewhat obscure movie that was produced on VHS and not... Read morePublished 6 months ago by RFD
Robert Mitchum's latter day masterpiece. He IS Phillip Marlow in this darkly humorous and sometimes violent adaption of Raymond Chandler's great novel. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert M. Yuna
One of the best movies made by Robert Mitchum. Excellent cast Hard to come by on DVD. This was quality made in Korea.Published 7 months ago by Anthony Chernefsky
A great depiction of The best 40s detective ever. Because it's Raymond Chandler voice over is very effective in communicating the feeling of early LA and Holllywood.Published 7 months ago by johnhoug
best version yet. the london sequel farewell my lovely stunk, but this is the better than the 40s version checkPublished 9 months ago by Reply to Request