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Back Street
Directed by:
David Miller

Starring Susan Hayward, John Gavin, Vera Miles, Charles Drake, Virginia Grey and Reginald Gardiner, "Back Street" (also known as "Sentiero degli amanti, Il", "Endstation Paris") is a Drama film directed by David Miller, released on October 11 of 1961 in the USA.

Who directed "Back Street":

Back Street was directed by David Miller, an American director, actor, producer, and writer.

Before Back Street, David Miller had directed Midnight Lace, released in 1960, Happy Anniversary (1959), The Story of Esther Costello (1957), The Opposite Sex (1956), Diane (1956), and Sudden Fear (1952). Since, he directed Captain Newman, M.D., released in 1963, Hail, Hero! (1969), Executive Action (1973), Elixir (2007).

What was the release date of "Back Street":

Back Street was first released on Wednesday, October 11, 1961, in the United States. Other films released on Wednesday, October 11, 1961 are Carosello napoletano (dir. Ettore Giannini) and King of Kings (dir. Nicholas Ray). This was fifty-seven (57) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, January 19, 1962 in Germany and on Saturday, December 30, 1961 in Japan.

What is the casting of "Back Street":

At the casting of Back Street we find Susan Hayward, previously seen in Ada (1961) and The Marriage-Go-Round (1961); John Gavin (Tammy Tell Me True (1961), Romanoff and Juliet (1961)); Vera Miles (Psycho (1960), 5 Branded Women (1960)) [ more... ]

  • Charles Drake, Virginia Grey, Alex Gerry, Hayden Rorke and Joseph Mell can also be seen in All That Heaven Allows, released in 1955.
  • Alex Gerry, Karen Norris, Hayden Rorke and Joseph Mell also worked together in Pillow Talk, released in 1959.
  • John Gavin, Charles Drake, Virginia Grey and Hayden Rorke also appeared together in Tammy Tell Me True, released in 1961.
  • Joseph Mell and Charles Drake, Virginia Grey have all also be seen in Jeanne Eagels, released in 1957.

What is the Storyline of "Back Street":

Wealthy department-store heir Paul Saxon has a romantic fling with a Nebraska dress-shop owner, Rae Smith, who breaks it off when she discovers he is married.

Rae moves to New York to become a fashion designer, then on to Rome to become the famed Dalian's partner in a salon. Paul continues to woo her, explaining that his alcoholic wife Liz won't grant him a divorce and is unstable, having tried to commit suicide.

Her resistance lowered, Rae becomes the lover of Paul, meeting secretly with him [...]

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