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Double Indemnity, Movie, 1944 IMDB

Pictures provided by: veturiloj, vilero, bh, Berto88fi

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Also known as:

  • Pacto de sangre (Argentina)
  • Verzekering op de dood (Belgium)
  • Pacto de Sangue (Brazil)
  • Frau ohne Gewissen (Germany)
  • Kvinden uden samvittighed (Denmark)
  • Perdición (Spain)
  • Nainen ilman omaatuntoa (Finland)
  • Assurance sur la mort (France)
  • Kolasmeni agapi (Greece)
  • La fiamma del peccato (Italy)
  • Shinya no kokuhaku (Japan)
  • De volmaakte moord (Netherlands)
  • Podwójne ubezpieczenie (Poland)
  • Pagos a Dobrar (Portugal)
  • Kvinna utan samvete (Sweden)

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Ray B. FR

2008-11-06 14:37

How come there is no number of stars stated for those cars?
I don't have the DVD, but if I remember well, the Dodge must be the Fred McMurray's (the leading man) car. And the LaSalle should be Barbara Stanwyck and her husband's car, in which she and McMurray kill him.
So I'd say 4 stars for the LaSalle, 3 for the Dodge.

antp BE

2008-11-06 15:42

Ray B. wrote How come there is no number of stars stated for those cars?

The info was not provided with the pic (or I missed it)


2008-12-26 12:06

In the film's dialogue, Fred MacMurray talks with Barbara Stanwyck about the 2 cars she and her husband own, the Plymouth and the LaSalle.

My impression is that the Plymouth is an hardtop the LaSalle a 4 door. The LaSalle being the car used for the murder and the one shown above.

MacMurray drives his own hardtop which is the car shown in the images.


-- Last edit: 2008-12-26 12:06:30

chicomarx BE

2010-07-30 02:39

Is this complete? :/

I killed him for money and a woman... I didn't get the money and I didn't get the woman.

CougarTim US

2010-07-30 22:09

I saw this classic years ago. I'm pretty sure there are more cars in this movie.

vilero ES

2010-09-14 13:22

CougarTim wrote I saw this classic years ago. I'm pretty sure there are more cars in this movie.

There are some more in street scenes as backgrounds but there aren't more star vehicles in this excellent film-noir. Except the two last added the rest of backgrounds are either passing vehicles or parked in far background. In my opinion they are not worth to get their own page.

I leave the two previous pictures for the Doge Coupe and LaSalle in their original sizes (720x..) since they are bigger than mine 627 x 480)

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chicomarx BE

2010-09-14 18:32

:king: About time. Thanks vilero.

"This shrewd, smoothly tawdry thriller is one of the high points of 40s films. Stanwyck's character - a platinum blonde who wears tight white sweaters, an anklet, and sleazy-kinky shoes-is perhaps the best acted and the most fixating of all the slutty, cold-blooded femmes fatales of the film noir genre. With her bold stare, her sneering, over-lipsticked, thick-looking mouth, and her strategically displayed legs, she's a living entrapment device." (from Pauline Kael's review in The New Yorker)

tv boy US

2010-09-14 20:38

Seems to me when MacMurray and Stanwyck are talking early in the film, he mentions her car insurance policies on a Plymouth and a Buick. Did they ever show those?

vilero ES

2010-09-14 20:42

MacMurray only says the LaSalle and the Plymouth. About 9 min.

Edited: This is the conversation.

Barbara Stanwyck 00:09:31
Suppose we sit down and you tell me about the insurance. My husband never tells me anything.

Fred MacMurray 00:09:36
Well, it's on your two cars, the LaSalle and the Plymouth.

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-- Last edit: 2010-09-15 09:38:24

Jale PL

2012-08-07 11:40

For rjluna:

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rjluna2 US

2012-08-07 13:39

Jale wrote For rjluna:

:wow: 1920's traffic signal light with semaphore :king:

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

shlc647 US

2016-12-14 22:01

RIP Grandpa (1932-2016). One of his favorite movies.

Taking a break for a while.

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