- Directed by: John Huston
- Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor
- Year: 1941
- Duration: 97min
- Certificate: PG
- Type: Film
No non-sense San Francisco private investigator, Sam Spade, finds himself at the heart of a dangerous web of crime and mystery after taking on a case brought to him by the beautiful but very secretive Miss Wonderly. After his partner is murdered, it becomes clear the only way to get to the truth is to find what everyone appears to be after: a statuette of the Maltese falcon. Adapted from Dashiell Hammett’s novel, this directorial debut from John Huston made Humphrey Bogart a star and is considered by many the first true noir. THE MALTESE FALCON returns to the big screen to mark its 80th anniversary.
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