Odds Against Tomorrow (1959) -- (Movie Clip) The Invisible Man Financier and de-facto producer Harry Belafonte, singing a song he co-wrote, as musician-gambler "Johnny," interrupted by Coco (Richard Bright), his bookie's henchman, in Odds Against Tomorrow, 1959, directed by Robert Wise.
How does odds against tomorrow end?
There are no happy endings in Odds Against Tomorrow. The hate Slater has for Johnny and Johnny's appetites doom them to a fiery finish. The final image of the film, their bodies burned beyond recognition, is meant to show that the racism that undercut their partnership will always lead to horror.
What year was the movie Odds Against Tomorrow?
October 15, 1959 (USA)Odds Against Tomorrow / Release date Odds Against Tomorrow is a 1959 American film noir produced and directed by Robert Wise and starring Harry Belafonte, Robert Ryan and Ed Begley.
Who is the lead singer of the odds?
Craig Northey The band was formed in 1987 in Vancouver, British Columbia, consisting of vocalist-guitarists Craig Northey and Steven Drake (both of whom had led different bands appearing on a Vancouver music compilation album, Spotlight '86), bassist Doug Elliott and drummer Paul Brennan.
What city was odds against tomorrow filmed?
New York “Odds Against Tomorrow” was shot on location in New York (where the streets are amusingly free of traffic). Belafonte plays a nightclub singer in need of fast cash. Robert Ryan is an ex-con with a chip on his shoulder.
Where was the film Odds Against Tomorrow filmed?
New York City Odds Against Tomorrow was filmed on location in a small town in the Hudson River Valley, New York City, and at the Gold Medal Studios in the Bronx. Director Robert Wise completed the film between his Oscar-winning productions of I Want to Live! (1958) and West Side Story (1961).