Directed by Robert Gordon, Blind Spot (1947) stars Chester Morris as Jeffrey Andrews, a wrought out mystery writer who is living in a drunken stupor, accused of killing his publisher when he turns up dead. Constance Dowling is Evelyn Green, the publisher’s secretary who helps Jeff find the real killer.
4 thoughts on “Quote of the Day! Blind Spot (1947) HE COULDN’T REMEMBER A KISS…OR A MURDER!”
Nice to see a piece from you, Joey! I saw this film decades ago and would love to see it again. I’ve always had a soft spot for Constance Dowling,.. Cheers for the holidays and hope to see more of what the Drive In has to offer soon!
Hi Sam! I’ve been taking a bit of a break from my blog and focusing my attentions on a few albums I’ve been looking forward to releasing. I expect I’ll be back at The Last Drive In very soon! It’s always wonderful to see your comments here and hoping that you have a wonderful holiday season. Cheers, Joey
Happy and Healthy Christmas, Joey! Looking forward to seeing more of your astute analysis and fun film finds on The Last Drive In soon!
Happy and Healthy New Year to you! Thanks so for the holiday well wishes. Hope to be crackin’ at The Last Drive In very soon. Cheers, Joey