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Hell's Half Acre is a 1954 film noir set in Hawaii; John H. Auer (City That Never Sleeps) directed this tale of Ex-racketeer, Chet Chester (Wendell Corey) who is blackmailed by his former criminal partners. Chester's girlfriend Sally (Nancy Gates) kills one of his enemies, but Chester takes the blame, assuming that he has enough clout to escape with a lighter sentence. Meanwhile, Dona Williams (Evelyn Keyes) arrives on the scene, certain that Chester is her long-lost husband. When Sally is murdered, Chester escapes from Jail intending to find her killer and clear his name. Written by film noir veteran, Steve Fisher (I Wake Up Screaming) and shot by legendary cinematographer John L. Russell (Psycho). The stellar cast includes Elsa Lanchester, Jesse White and noir goddess Marie Windsor (Force of Evil).
Just wasted 1 1/2 hours with this movie. Bad movie. Bad dialogue where the actors are explaining to you what is happening. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colette Dixon
Flimsy plot, but the breathtaking location footage of Oahu circa 1953 makes it all worthwhilePublished 3 months ago by James L. Suttles
Good performances. All is well in the end. Could this all be real? You decide!Published 4 months ago by The Eagle
I just like old films, they are much better than the ones out today.Published 5 months ago by Dante Devon Robertson