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Basics Critics:65Viewers:68Rusty:76
Category: Crime, Drama, Mystery/Noir/ThrillerNotable as: Crime FictionSub-Category: crime film, neo-noir, thriller film, LGBT-related filmNarrative location: Los AngelesRuntime: 95 - 96 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United States, United KingdomDirector: Dick RichardsScreenwriter: David Zelag Goodman, Raymond ChandlerMusic: David ShireCinematography: John A. AlonzoStars: Charlotte Rampling, John Ireland, Sylvia Miles, Robert Mitchum, Anthony Zerbe, Sylvester Stallone, Harry Dean Stanton, Jack O'Halloran, Joe Spinell Producer: Elliott Kastner, Jerry BruckheimerStudio: ITC EntertainmentAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Sylvia Miles)Award details: (details at IMDb)

Farewell, My Lovely is a 1975 American neo noir film, directed by Dick Richards and featuring Robert Mitchum as private detective Phillip Marlowe. The picture is based on Raymond Chandler's novel of the same name, which had previously been adapted for film as Murder, My Sweet in 1944. The film also stars Charlotte Rampling, John Ireland, Jack O'Halloran, Sylvia Miles and Harry Dean Stanton, with an early screen appearance by Sylvester Stallone. Mitchum would return to the role of Marlowe three years later in a 1978 remake of The Big Sleep, making him the only actor to portray Philip Marlowe more than once on the big screen.

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