The 3rd Voice

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The 3rd Voice
The 3rd Voice poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Hubert Cornfield
Produced by Hubert Cornfield
Maury Dexter
Written by Hubert Cornfield
Based on All the Way 
by Charles Williams
Starring Edmond O'Brien
Laraine Day
Julie London
Music by Johnny Mandel
Cinematography Ernest Haller
Edited by John A. Bushelman
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s)
  • March 5, 1960 (1960-03-05) (New York City)
Running time 79 mins.
Country United States
Language English
Spanish

The 3rd Voice (also known as The Third Voice) is a 1960 American crime drama/thriller film, directed by Hubert Cornfield and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Shot in CinemaScope, it is based on the novel All the Way by Charles Williams, and stars Edmond O'Brien, Laraine Day (in her final film) and Julie London.[1]

Plot[edit]

The Man (Edmond O'Brien) is the accomplice of Marian Forbes (Laraine Day), the spurned mistress of a tycoon. She coaches The Man in impersonating the voice and appearance and habits of the intended victim and when he has been taken care of The Man begins his masquerade in a Mexican resort. Here he meets Corey Scott (Julie London) and moves on to contemplating the murder of his tutor. But things begin to go awry.

Cast[edit]

List of the actors in the film:[2]

  • The Man - Edmond O'Brien
  • Marian Forbes - Laraine Day
  • Corey Scott - Julie London
  • Carreras - Edward Colmans
  • Carreras' Secretary - Shirley O'Hara
  • Harris Chapman - Ralph Brooks
  • Police Inspector - Abel Franco
  • Judge Kendall - George Eldredge
  • 1st Fisherman - Roque Ybarra
  • 2nd Fisherman - Ruben Moreno
  • Bank Official - Raoul De Leon
  • Bank Cashier - Francisco Ortega
  • Bank Clerk - John Garrett
  • Desk Clerk - Palacio - Henry Delgado
  • Desk Clerk - Miramar - Andre Oropeza
  • Hotel Miramar Cashier - Sylvia Ray
  • Other Desk Clerk - Tom Hernández
  • Blonde - Olga San Juan
  • Captain Camos - George Trevino
  • Mrs. Kendall - Lucille Curtis
  • Tourist at Bar - Tom Daly
  • Orchestra Leader - Mario Armenta
  • Bellhop - Robert Hernandez
  • Carlos - Eddie Le Baron
  • Headwaiter - Manuel Serrano
  • Waiter - Francis Ravel
  • Photographer - Alberto Monte

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blum, Daniel (1961). Daniel Blum's Screen World. Biblo & Tannen Publishers. p. 20. ISBN 0-8196-0302-3. 
  2. ^ IMB: The 3rd Voice

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