Yup... I'll accept that! I think Dead Men Don't Wear Plad won't be included, but I'll accept the rest..
Originally Posted by Raw Deal
I'll add former NOTW Girl on the Late, Late Show
So here's the list so far:
Play it Again, Sam (1972)-- A recent divorce gets romantic advice from the ghost of Humphrey Bogart.
Goodnight, My Love (1972)-- A down-on-his-luck private eye and his partner, a dwarf, are drawn into a tangle of missing persons and murder in 1940s Los Angeles.
Gumshoe (1971)-- A would be private eye gets mixed up in a smuggling case.
The Long Goodbye (1973)-- Detective Phillip Marlowe investigates shady characters involved in a long-lost friend's murder.
Chinatown (1974)-- A Los Angeles private eye unwittingly sets up an innocent man for murder, then joins his seductive widow to unearth the corruption...
The Girl on the Late, Late Show (1974) TV --A television producer decides to find out the whereabouts of a former movie actress whose career has long since faded. He discovers that his inquiries have set off a string of murders.
Who is the Black Dahlia (1975) TV
Farewell, My Lovely (1975)-- the second adaptation of Raymond Chandler's novel
Expose Me, Lovely (1976)-- An adult private detective story.
The Black Bird (1975)-- When famous private detective Sam Space dies, his son Sam Spade, Jr. takes over his agency
Peeper (1976) A rich man hires a private detective named Tucker to find his long lost daugther.
Murder By Death (1976)-- A criminal madman invites the world's greatest detectives for a night of dinner and murder. Peter Falk plays the Bogart clone
The Big Fix (1978)--
Moses Wine is the leftist P.I. written by Roger Simon and portrayed by Richard DreyfussThe Cheap Detective (1978)--
The sequel to Murder By Death with Falk as the lead spoofing Casablanca and Sam Spade.The Man With Bogart's Face (1980)-- A man with a fixation on Humphrey Bogart gets plastic surgery to make him look exactly like Bogart.