1945 Detour #crime, #drama, Film-Noir, #mystery, #thriller r

FILM NAME : Detour 1945 crime, drama, Film-Noir, Mystery, Thriller

“Man is involved in two freakish accidents that make him look like a murderer. Poverty row masterwork that is the most precise elucidation of the noir theme of explicit fatalism.” – noir expert Spencer Selby | Cast: Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake, Edmund MacDonald. | A B-movie, it was shot in six days. The film, budgeted for $89,000 and ended up costing $117,000 to make.

Detour is a 1945 film noir Thriller (genre) that stars Tom Neal and Ann Savage (actress).

The film was adapted by Martin Goldsmith and Martin Mooney (uncredited) from Goldsmith’s Detour (Goldsmith novel) and was directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. The 68-minute film was released by the Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC), one of the so-called “poverty row” film studios in mid-twentieth century Hollywood.

Although made on a small budget with bare sets and straightforward camera work, Detour has gathered much praise through the years and is held in high regard. In 1992, Detour was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”.

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