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Subject: This weekend, TCM's Sunday morning's weekly film noir classic was "While the City Sleeps" (1956), written by Albert Brooks' (72 today) brother Charlie Einstein (1926-2007). It was from Einstein's crime book "The Bloody Spur" about Chicago's "Lipstick Killer" of the 1940s, William Heirens, who spent 65 years in prison for his crimes! ...
It was one of the weaker film noirs, but with its huge cast, it was good.