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The Falcon in Hollywood (1944)





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In this entry in the "Falcon" series of mysteries, the suave investigator goes on vacation in Hollywood and ends up solving the murder of an actor whose wife, a studio fashion designer, was having an affair with a director. Much of the film was shot on the RKO studio back lot.
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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RKO Pictures


Tom Conway
as Tom Lawrence
Barbara Hale
as Peggy Callahan
Veda Ann Borg
as Billie Atkins
John Abbott
as Martin S. Dwyer
Rita Corday
as Lili D'Allio
Jean Brooks
as Roxanna
Konstantin Shayne
as Alec Hoffman
Emory Parnell
as Inspector McBride
Frank Jenks
as Lt. Higgins
Walter Soderling
as Ed Johnson
Yussuf Ali
as Nagari
Carl Kent
as Art Director
Gwen Crawford
as Secretary
Patti Brill
as Secretary
Bryant Washburn
as Actors' Agent
Sammy Blum
as Actors' Agent
Jim Jordan
as Operator
Nora Marlowe
as Mail Clerk
Chris Drake
as Assistant Cameraman
Harry De Vere
as Truck Driver
Jimmy Jordan
as Operator
Perc Launders
as Zoltan
Jacques Lory
as Musician
Nancy Marlowe
as Mail Clerk
Chester Clute
as Hotel Manager
Robert Clarke
as Perc Saunders
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Critic Reviews for The Falcon in Hollywood

All Critics (2)

A snappy and enjoyable crime drama.

Full Review… | July 3, 2013
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Backstage location filming at RKO Studios will please movie buffs, in this little mystery.

Full Review… | January 31, 2010
Classic Film and Television

Audience Reviews for The Falcon in Hollywood


One of the better entries in the Falcon series. The cast is great. It's a skillful blend of mystery, drama and just the right amount of comic touches. The pacing is great and it always held my interest.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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