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Where Danger Lives [DVD] 
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Oscar-nominated Robert Mitchum and Faith Domergue star in this hard-edged 1950 Film Noir thriller with a powerful sting in the tail. Dr Jeff Cameron (Robert Mitchum) breaks the golden rule when he falls in love with his patient, the beautiful heiress Margot Lannington (Faith Domergue). After a whirlwind romance, he goes to confront her father who seems determined to separate them. Five minutes later he receives the biggest shock of his life and Edward Lannington (Claude Rains) lies dead... Now Jeff and Margot are on the run for murder, with 500 miles of bad road between them and the Mexican border. It is a road with many sudden twists and chilling revelations - as Jeff begins to realise that Margot has more secrets she s keeping from him... Scripted by Hitchcock favourite Charles Bennett and guaranteed to keep audiences guessing until the very last minute, Where Danger Lives has been digitally restored and remastered and is available to own on UK DVD for the very first time.
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You've read the blurb above regarding the story on here so i won't go through that again, but what happens is that the real kickoff comes very early in the story, you think that the screenwriter's blown his load and once this major occurrence happens, that the rest of the film might be padding?
The hiatus is just what kicks off the rest of gthe film, as Claude Rains seems to say, 'Be careful what yoiu wish for,' and like a Rescue Pet, poor old Bob Mitchum winds up with a somewhat pitiful lady who turns out to be .... well, I won't spoil it but he has his work cut out staying conscious and alive.
As their Journey goes on, Mitchum and lady friend run out of resources, luck and it seems sanity. As they head for the Mexican border, that one last fence in the race, that presents itself as a new problem.
A tightly written piece of work and Bob Mitchum plays the mr Nice Guy who finds himself sucked in to something he could not have envisaged!
Classic film noir, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
Upon tending to attempted suicide victim Margo Lannington (Domergue), Dr. Jeff Cameron (Mitchum) falls in love with her and quickly finds his life spiralling out of control.
Classic noir fable here, which begs the question on why is it not better known? More so when you consider it stars noir icon and legend Robert Mitchum? OK! Big Mitch never once convinces as a life saving doctor, but for a sad sap heavy eyed portrayal who you gonna call? Why Mitch of course. Thus the pic actually gets away with this odd bit of character casting, as it does the average performance from the otherwise lovely Domergue. Domergue was being pushed forward as Howard Hughes' latest siren of the screen, she would never attain great status, but she would grace many a "B" picture and become a cult fan favourite.
Dr. Cameron has it all, a great job and a pretty nurse (O'Sullivan) who loves him very much, but one peer into the puppy dog eyes of Margo Lannington and he's in hook, line and sinker. Film essentially turns into a lovers on the lam story as the two lovers head for the border after leaving the scene of a crime. As the journey progresses and gets ever more perilous, Margo begins to show erratic behaviour, while Jeff is struggling badly with a concussion that grows evermore acute. They meet an assortment of odd or unsavoury characters, a low life car dealer, weasel pawn broker, shyster club owner, the latter of which is currently airing a rather bizarre cabaret show.Read more ›