Quote of the Day! Too Late for Tears (1949)

Danny Fuller (Dan Duryea) to Jane Palmer (Lizabeth Scott)- “Don’t ever change, Tiger. I don’t think I’d like you with a heart.

The 1949 murder film Too Late For Tears, starring Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea, follows a woman desperate to protect a newfound fortune.

Your EverLovin’ Joey saying don’t shed those tears, I’ll be back again!

7 thoughts on “Quote of the Day! Too Late for Tears (1949)

  1. A fave of mine! Great title. Love the descending arc of Jane Palmer. like she’s $liding down into a muddy hole all the time jerking Danny’s chain.

      1. Thanks I’ll have to watch it again.Maybe I’ll come up with something. Dan Duryea and Liz Scott are a great duo.The original thin white duke and the ice queen in their chiaroscuro chess game.

  2. I adore Dan Duryea, love to watch him play it menacing or decent. I’m watching The Glass Key right now, think I might write a fuller post about it. It’s got some intense scenes especially with that big lug Bendix! Love him too…

    1. Bendix was a great lug. Dug his white suit in DARK CORNER. And he was with Ladd and Lake again in BLUE DAHILA. Did you ever do post on Ladd and Lake?

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