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  1. Pat DiNizio: “In A Lonely Place” was inspired by the Humphrey Bogart movie of the same name, obviously in terms of the title and lyric content. Musically the song is an homage to the work.
  2. In a Lonely Place () is maverick director Nicholas Ray's and Columbia Pictures' well-respected, bleak, mature, and dramatic film noir, although it was not a box-office hit and received no.
  3. "In a Lonely Place", first published in , tells the story of Dix Steele, a dilettante New Yorker recently moved to Los Angeles who is keenly following the actions of an as yet uncaught serial killer. "In a Lonely Place" is an enjoyable and tense novel/5().
  4. In a Lonely Place. • 1 hour and 33 minutes • Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy and Martha Stewart • Directed by Nicholas Ray.
  5. Aug 22,  · "In A Lonely Place" is a gripping story, but Hughes was too talented, ambitious and grounded to play it merely for suspense. This is a woman, .
  6. Prologue to In the Pines [Lonely Places] is a mood setting page that paints a bleak picture. "In the Pines" - is wonderfully macabre. The descent of the main character is perfectly done & more horrible for its relation to the author/5.
  7. In a Lonely Place () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  8. In a Lonely Place is a film starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame, adapted from a novel by Dorothy B. Hughes, and directed by Nicholas Ray.. Bogart plays Dixon Steele, a Hollywood screenwriter who is commissioned to adapt a novel into a film. Too lazy to read the book, he invites the coat-check girl at his restaurant to his apartment to summarize the book for him.

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