Raymond Chandler

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Raymond Chandler United States writer of detective thrillers featuring the character of Philip Marlowe (1888-1959)
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Usage


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At this year's publishing pow-wow in Germany: John Banville channels Raymond Chandler.
Underneath this Veronica Lake-Alan Ladd thriller (1946) lies Raymond Chandler's only original screenplay—a suitably hard-nosed affair about a war vet whose homecoming coincides with the murder of his unfaithful wife.
Cain's pulp classic (1944), as adapted by Raymond Chandler and directed by Billy Wilder.
James Garner does Raymond Chandler, and quite well.
POODLE SPRINGS By Raymond Chandler and Robert B Parker.
Might it just be the effect that Raymond Chandler described so brilliantly in the opening lines of his 1938 short story "Red Wind".
More Grappling With Raymond Chandler .
Raymond Chandler 's Private Dick.
Raymond Chandler on classic detective fiction.
Raymond Chandler didn't just write some of the best American detective fiction.
Happy birthday to me — and Raymond Chandler .
Mystery novelist and screenwriter Raymond Chandler in 1946.
Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler III touched down at the home of the Big Red One Wednesday in an effort to have some one-on-one time with soldiers.
The Army's highest ranking non-commissioned officer, Sgt Maj. Of the Army Raymond F Chandler III, is set to visit with Fort Riley troops Sept 11-12.
Sergeant Major of the Army Raymond Chandler III touched down at the home of the Big Red One Wednesday in an effort to have some one-on-one time with soldiers.
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