"The Big Sleep" was that 1939 Raymond Chandler novel, the first to feature the detective Philip Marlow, and that became the 1946 film noir directed by Howard Hawks. Humphry Bogart was Marlow. Lauren Bacall was the femme fatale. William Faulkner was one of the screenwriters. And in both the novel and the film Marlow's office was in the Cahuenga Building. That's what Chandler called the Security Pacific Bank Building, 6383 Hollywood Boulevard, at Cahuenga Boulevard – 1921, John...
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