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Andrea Thompson
A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997)
When asked by Rick Stone why she chose to hire him, Jade Norfleet replies: "Let's just say I heard you know what you're doing, and that you're on the square." [00:26:00] Rarely heard in contemporary films, such expressions were common in 1940s film noir, a genre imitated by this movie.
In The Late Show (1977), another homage to film noir, Art Carney says to Bill Macy : "That's the cops. They'll be here in a couple of minutes. Now either you start to play it on the square with me or I'll feed you to them." [00:21:00]

A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997). Directed by Stefani Ames, written by Tom Epperson, Stefani Ames. Jim Metzler, Victor Love, Kay Lenz, Norma Maldonado, John Ritter, Andrea Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Parducci, Paula Marshall, Vann Johnson, Time Winters. 103 min. USA, English. Black and White / Eastmancolor, Dolby.
The Late Show (1977). Directed by Robert Benton, written by Robert Benton. Art Carney, Lily Tomlin, Bill Macy, Eugene Roche, Joanna Cassidy, John Considine, Ruth Nelson, John Davey, Howard Duff, Lothar Lambert, Beate Hasenau, Cihan Anasai, Dagmar Beiersdorf, Dorothea Moritz, Erika Wilde. 94 min. USA, English. Metrocolor, Mono.

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