3 things about Otto Preminger’s WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS

Where the Sidewalk Ends [1950]

1. One-way train ticket from NYC to Pittsburgh: just over $17.
2. “What I think isn’t worth a row of nickels.” And from Martha: “What’s the matter? I’m trying to help you out. You don’t know how to make love, so I’m making love for you.”
3. At separate moments, both Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney tap cigarettes on the back of their hands before lighting up.

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