Too Late For Tears (August 13, 1949)

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Lizabeth Scott  in Too Late for Tears
 

Released on August 13, 1949: A woman who discovers a leather bag full of untraceable cash will do anything, including murder, to keep the cash and spend it.

Produced by Hunt Stromberg

Directed by Byron Haskin

The Actors: Lizabeth Scott (Jane Palmer), Don DeFore (Don Blake), Dan Duryea (Danny Fuller), Arthur Kennedy (Alan Palmer), Kristine Miller (Kathy Palmer), Barry Kelly (Lieutenant Breach), Jimmy Ames (fat man), Georgia Backus (woman), Robert Bice (policeman), John Butler (little man answering phone), David Clarke (Jack Sharber), Jimmie Dodd (second car thief), Renee Donatt (young lover in boat), Charles Flynn (policeman), Billy Halop (boat attendant), Richard Irving (first car thief), Perry Ivins (checkroom attendant), Robert Kellard (policeman), George Mann (man in cowboy hat), John Mansfield (Carlos), Alex Montoya (Mexican officer), Virginia Mullen (woman), Forbes Murray (Dr. Adams), Robert Neff (driver of the payoff car), James Nolan (Detective Parker), Kenny O'Morrison (policeman), Gary Owen (police officer at the switchboard), Denver Pyle (young man at Union Station), Jack Shea (policeman), June Storey (Fuller's girl), Carl Thompson (young lover in boat), Harry J. Vejar (Lieutenant Rivera), Patticia Wallace (woman), Billy Wayne (gas station attendant), Smoki Whitfield (Pete)

 
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Beautiful, Smart . . . . and Deadly

Anyone who believes that money cannot buy happiness just doesn’t know where to shop. . . . . Or maybe . . . . Blind lust for money brings its own rewards, and they are never happy ones. We shall see.

Jane and Alan are driving in the Hollywood Hills in their flashy convertible and Jane is complaining to Alan about going to the party and wants him to turn around and go back home. Suddenly another flashy car passes them quickly and a large leather bag is tossed into the back seat of their car as it whizzes by.

Alan pulls the car to a stop and they climb into the back seat and try to open the bag. They discover that it is full of cash . . . . Cool, hard, untraceable cash. Before they can decide what to do with it the flashy car that tossed the bag into their car comes rushing towards them.

Without a second’s hesitation Jane jumps into the front seat and grabs the steering wheel and presses the gas pedal to the floor. The car chases Jane, but she drives like a maniac and soon Jane and her husband have gotten away from the car that was chasing them and they are alone on a dark night with more cash than they could spend in a lifetime.

Husband Alan wants to turn the money over to the police because it is the right thing to do and nothing good can come from spending cash that does not belong to them. Jane pleads with Alan to keep the cash instead of turning it in . . . . The cash is all small bills and random serial numbers . . . . Totally untraceable. No one will ever know.

Jane finally convinces her husband to check the leather bag full of cash at the Union Pacific railway station for a week or two until they decide for sure whether to spend the money or turn it in. Before long the man who tossed the cash into their convertible finds Jane and wants his money back.

This leads to that and Jane kills her husband to get the money that has been stashed at the Union Pacific baggage area. Then she needs to deal with the man who stole the money and tossed it into her car . . . . This leads to that and Jane kills that man also.

This again leads to that and near the ending of this thriller Jane drives her convertible into Mexico, with more cash than she could spend in a lifetime. She checks into a plush resort hotel and begins living the life of luxury.

Anyone who believes that money cannot buy happiness just doesn’t know where to shop . . . . . Did I mention that Jane was married to another man before Alan, and that her first husband died under mysterious circumstances? . . . . Or Maybe . . . . Blind Lust for money brings its own rewards, and they are never happy ones. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott
The Money
The Money
Arthur Kennedy
Arthur Kennedy
Barry Kelley
Barry Kelley
Barry Kelley and Don DeFore
Barry Kelley and Don DeFore
Barry Kelley
Barry Kelley
Dan Duryea
Dan Duryea
Dan Duryea and Lizabeth Scott
Dan Duryea and Lizabeth Scott
Dan Duryea
Dan Duryea
David Clarke
David Clarke
Denver Pyle and Lizabeth Scott
Denver Pyle and Lizabeth Scott
Denver Pyle
Denver Pyle
Don DeFore
Don DeFore
Don DeFore and Kristine Miller
Don DeFore and Kristine Miller
Don DeFore
Don DeFore
George Mann and Lizabeth Scott
George Mann and Lizabeth Scott
Jane Storey
Jane Storey
John Mansfield and Lizabeth Scott
John Mansfield and Lizabeth Scott
John Mansfield
John Mansfield
Kristine Miller
Kristine Miller
Kristine Miller and Lizabeth Scott
Kristine Miller and Lizabeth Scott
Kristine Miller
Kristine Miller
Kristine Miller and Don DeFore
Kristine Miller and Don DeFore
Kristine Miller
Kristine Miller
Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott and Arthur Kennedy
Lizabeth Scott and Arthur Kennedy
Lizabeth Scott and Barry Kelley
Lizabeth Scott and Barry Kelley
Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea
Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea
Lizabeth Scott and George Mann
Lizabeth Scott and George Mann
Lizabeth Scott and John Mansfield
Lizabeth Scott and John Mansfield
Smoki Whitfield
Smoki Whitfield
Lizabeth Scott, Kristine Miller and Don DeFore
Lizabeth Scott, Kristine Miller and Don DeFore
Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea
Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea
Lizabeth Scott and Don DeFore
Lizabeth Scott and Don DeFore
Lizabeth Scott
Lizabeth Scott