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Saw this on it's original cinematic release, and enjoyed it very much. Looked forward eagerly to it's release on Blu ray, only to be somewhat disappointed. Some things play better in their time, but do not survive the passage of time well. Where Paul Newman's insouciance and "flip" manner seemed impressive back in the 60's, they now seem affected, glib and a little annoying. The plot is OK, but quite predictable, At the time of it's release, some critics commented that Newman was "the best Philip Marlowe that there never was." Well, irrespective of how he may have emerged on the written page by author Ross MacDonald, Paul Newman's Lew Archer is a long way from Marlowe, and nowhere near as much fun. Still, if you can cope with the dated fashions, the predictability of the plot, and the bland performances of Arthur Hill, Robert Wagner and Pamela Tiffin, and the over-blown performance of Shelley Winters, there is still some enjoyment to be had from the film: especially if you are into convoluted private-eye thrillers. And let's face it: anything that has Lauren Bacall in it is worth watching.
A classic detective film but a little cheesier than the good ones. Not my favorite Newman film, but even surrounded by fame and playing a rather stoic character, he steals the show. I'm sure Roman Polanski watched Harper before making Chinatown.
The movie was exactly what I thought it would be.Unfortunately I had seemed to forget that in that era as of to-day,'s standards it came across old ,script wise .This was not the fault of anyone except me .