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  1. The Big Sleep: Directed by Howard Hawks. With Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely, Martha Vickers. Private detective Philip Marlowe is hired by a wealthy family.

  2. Such a man was Philip Marlowe, private eye, an educated, heroic, streetwise, rugged individualist and the hero of Chandler's first novel, The Big Sleep. This work established Chandler as the master of the 'hard-boiled' detective novel, and his articulate and literary style of writing won him a large audience, which ranged from the man in the street to the most sophisticated intellectual.

  3. 07/04/1978 · The Big Sleep: Directed by Michael Winner. With Robert Mitchum, Sarah Miles, Richard Boone, Candy Clark. Grizzled American private detective in England investigates a complicated case of blackmail turned murder involving a rich but honest elderly general, his two loose socialite daughters, a pornographer and a gangster.

  4. 12/08/2021 · The Big Sleep was released 75 years ago, and its plot has been puzzling viewers ever since. There is no disputing that Howard Hawks's Los Angeles-set noir classic is one of the most entertaining ...

  5. Two months after the The World's Big Sleep Out Campaign, in February 2020, after two years of advocacy efforts by the Institute of Global Homelessness, (a beneficiary of The World's Big Sleep Out), the United Nations (UN) Commission on Social Development (CSocD)’s 58th Session met to debate the Priority Theme “Affordable housing and social protection systems for all to address homelessness ...

  6. Our work is about helping everyone to sleep better, regardless of their age, background or ability. We do this by working collaboratively, lobbying government, investing in research, building partnerships with organisations and offering a range of services including working directly with parents, offering workshops/webinars to corporate organisations and training professionals in the NHS and ...

  7. Sleep Through the Static remained at number one on the Billboard 200 in its second week of release, by which time it had sold over 180,000 copies, as well as its third week, in which it sold 105,000 copies. It fell from the number one spot in its fourth week, in which it placed third with about 92,000 copies sold.