The Big Sleep
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TNR Film Classics: 'The Big Sleep' (September 23, 1946)
February 18, 2011
The Big Sleep is an unsentimental, surrealist excitement in which most of the men in Hollywood’s underworld are murdered and most of the women go for an honest but not unwilling private sleuth (Humphrey Bogart).