I Love Trouble (1948)

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“I Love Trouble” is a 1948 American film noir directed by S. Sylvan Simon and starring Franchot Tone and Janet Blair.

The film follows the story of a hard-boiled crime reporter named Stuart Bailey (Franchot Tone), who teams up with a beautiful society girl named Nora Tierney (Janet Blair) to investigate a murder case. The victim is a wealthy businessman, and the suspects are all members of his family, each with a motive for the crime.

As Bailey and Tierney delve deeper into the case, they face danger and intrigue at every turn. They uncover a tangled web of lies, deception, and betrayal that takes them from the mansions of the wealthy elite to the seedy underworld of the city.

The chemistry between Bailey and Tierney grows as they work together, adding a touch of romance to the film. But as they get closer to the truth, they find themselves in grave danger, and must use all of their skills and wits to stay alive.

With its suspenseful plot, witty dialogue, and dynamic lead performances, “I Love Trouble” is a classic example of the film noir genre. It keeps the audience guessing until the very end, with a thrilling climax that brings the mystery to a satisfying conclusion.

S. Sylvan Simon

Roy Huggins

Franchot Tone, Janet Blair, Janis Carter

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