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The Big Sleep es una película estadounidense de 1946, de cine negro, dirigida por Howard Hawks y con actuación de Humphrey Bogart y Lauren Bacall, quienes por entonces eran pareja. Basada en la novela homónima escrita por Raymond Chandler, la adaptación del guion la llevó a cabo William Faulkner con Leigh Brackett y Jules Furthman. La película es conocida por tener una de las tramas más enrevesadas de la historia del cine. La historia se hace muy difícil de seguir al dejar muchas de ...
The Big Sleep (1939) is a hardboiled crime novel by American-British writer Raymond Chandler, the first to feature the detective Philip Marlowe. It has been adapted for film twice, in 1946 and again in 1978. The story is set in Los Angeles .
- Raymond Chandler
The Big Sleep 1946 Passed 1 h 54 m IMDb RATING 7.9 /10 87K YOUR RATING Rate Play trailer 1:49 1 Video 99+ Photos Crime Film-Noir Mystery Private detective Philip Marlowe is hired by a wealthy family. Before the complex case is over, he's seen murder, blackmail, and what might be love. Director Howard Hawks Writers William Faulkner (screen play)
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Los Angeles private detective Philip Marloweis summoned to the mansion of General Sternwood, who wants to resolve "gambling debts" his daughter Carmen owes to bookseller Arthur Geiger. As Marlowe leaves, Sternwood's older daughter Vivian stops him. She suspects her father's true motive for hiring a detective is to find his protégé Sean Regan who di...
The Big Sleep is known for its convoluted plot. Similar to To Have and Have Not, there was no finalized script during filming due to the constant changes during production. The composition of the screenplay involved Hawks and three writers. Leigh Brackett and William Faulkner wrote alternating sections of the initial draft before exiting once they turned in their final draft. Jules Furthman and Hawks rewrote during production to help appease censorship from the Hays Office, which was vehement...
Principal photography on the film took place on the Warner Bros. backlot from October 10, 1944, to January 12, 1945. Filming was meant to be completed in late November, but was continually delayed due to Bogart's increased drinking. He was in the process of ending his tumultuous marriage to his wife Mayo Methot following his affair with Bacall during To Have and Have Not . As a result of his drinking and abuse from Methot, Bogart was unable to work for several days. Warner Bros. studio head J...
Although post-production ended in March 1945, The Big Sleep was delayed by Warner Bros. until they had turned out a backlog of war-related films. Because the war was ending, the studio feared the public might lose interest in the films, while The Big Sleep's subject was timeless. However, there are several indications of the film's wartime production, such as the female taxi driver who says to Bogart, "I'm your girl". Wartime rationingalso influences the film: dead bodies are called "red poin...
In the mid-1990s, the original 1945 cut was found in the UCLA Film and Television Archive. It was discovered that this version had been released to the military to show to troops in the South Pacific. Upon learning of this, numerous benefactors, such as American magazine publisher Hugh Hefner and Turner Classic Movies, raised the money to pay for i...
The Big Sleep premiered in New York City on August 23, 1946, before being released on August 31.According to Warner Bros. records, the film earned $3,493,000 domestically and $1,375,000 foreign.
A region-1 (U.S. and Canada) DVD version of The Big Sleep was released in 2000. It is a double-sided, single-layer disc; with the 1946 theatrical version on side-A (114 m), and the 1945 version (116 m) on side-B. The 1946 opening credits appear on both versions, including Peggy Knudsen, who never appears in the original version. Nowhere is the orig...The Big Sleep at the American Film Institute CatalogThe Big Sleep at IMDbThe Big Sleep at AllMovieThe Big Sleep at the TCM Movie Database
The Big Sleep fue la segunda versión cinematográfica de la novela homónima escrita por Raymond Chandler en 1939. Fue dirigida por Michael Winner y protagonizada por Robert Mitchum como el detective Philip Marlowe. James Stewart interpreta al general Sternwood.
The Big Sleep (en español: El sueño eterno) es una novela negra publicada en el año 1939 por el autor estadounidense Raymond Chandler. Con esta novela irrumpía Chandler en el ámbito de la novela policíaca, presentando además a su más reconocido personaje: el detective Philip Marlowe .
12 de ago. de 2021 · By Nicholas Barber 16th August 2021 Film noir The Big Sleep was released 75 years ago. While its plot has been criticised as 'cryptic' and 'confusing', that can also be a virtue, writes Nicholas...
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