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by Neil Webb


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1983) A novel by Neil Webb (Donald S Rowland).

1983) A novel by Neil Webb (Donald S Rowland). Used availability for Donald S Rowland's Short Cut to Hell. September 1983 : UK Hardback.

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Short Cut to Hell is a 1957 American film noir, filmed in black-and-white VistaVision, starring Robert Ivers and Georgann Johnson. The film is the only directorial effort by famous actor James Cagney. Professional hitman Kyle Niles (Ivers) is hired to commit two murders and afterwards double-crossed by his employer Bahrwell (Aubuchon).

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Short Cut to Hell is an all but forgotten movie but a noteworthy one nonetheless, if only as the only title . If you want to know the possibilities of the story at its best, start with Graham Greene's 1936 book (A Gun for Sale) and then to the seminal 1942 movie

Short Cut to Hell is an all but forgotten movie but a noteworthy one nonetheless, if only as the only title James Cagney ever directed. Night of the Hunter it's not (the sole directorial effort of Charles Laughton), but another point of engagement is in its being a remake of the 1942 Alan Ladd/Veronica Lake vehicle This Gun for Hire, drawn from the Graham Greene 'entertainment' of that name. If you want to know the possibilities of the story at its best, start with Graham Greene's 1936 book (A Gun for Sale) and then to the seminal 1942 movie. Short Cut to Hell is an asterisk at beset, a curiosity. 5 out of 5 found this helpful.


Short Cut to Hell download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Neil Webb
ISBN: 0709010869
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (September 1983)
Pages: 192 pages