Nightfall is a 1957 film noir based on a 1947 novel of the same name by David Goodis. I read a couple of David Goodis books and think this was one of them. I might still have them somewhere. It's directed by Jacques Tourneur with a screenplay by Sterling Silliphant. It stars Aldo Ray, James Gregory, Brian Keith, and Anne Bancroft. Brian is a bank robber, he crashes his getaway car near to where Aldo and his doctor pal are camping. Brian and his henchman take Aldo's car and leave the men for dead. Aldo wakes up, only wounded a bit, and finds Brian has taken the doc's bag instead of the $300,000 loot. Sadly the loot is lost in a snowstorm and Aldo goes on the lam. He hopes to get the money once the snow melts but Brian and his henchman run into him in Los Angeles. Anne is a model Aldo meets in a bar just before Brian shows up again. Brian suggests that she was in on the capture and Aldo believes him enough to go see Anne after he gets away from Brian. They make a run for the loot with James following. He's an insurance investigator who's already spotted Aldo. There's some more running about with criminals before the end of the movie. There's a great scene with a runaway snowplow that I liked. I'd seen it a while back and I really enjoyed it. It's got a good story and a good cast. I like Aldo Ray, he's not in a lot of movies I want to watch so it's nice to see him in one that I like.