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Flamingo Road (1949) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Michael Curtiz, Jerry Wald and George Amy.

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Warner Archive: 1940s Joan Crawford in A Woman's Face and Flamingo Road

By KC on Mar 31, 2017 From Classic Movies

Image Source The forties were an interesting time for Joan Crawford. In that decade she left her long time studio MGM for Warner Bros, finally won a coveted Oscar for best actress (Mildred Pierce [1946]) and her performance style matured beyond the movie star mannerisms upon which she'd relied so ... Read full article

Joan's Back in Flamingo Road

By Amanda Garrett on Mar 18, 2017 From Old Hollywood Films

Today, I'm reviewing Warner Archive's new DVD re-release of the Flamingo Road (1949), starring Joan Crawford. The good folks at Warner Archive are bringing six classic Joan Crawford movies back into print. Each Friday in March and the first Friday in April, I'll have a review of one of these movi... Read full article

Flamingo Road (1949) with Joan Crawford and Sydney Greenstreet

By Orson De Welles on Jun 9, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! A wrong girl for the right side of the tracks. Director Michael Curtiz reunited with Mildred Pierce star Joan Crawford for 1949?s Flamingo Road, a Southern story with noir leanings full of politics and intrigue.? Thankfully the politics never take center stage and stay in the near backgr... Read full article

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Sheriff Titus Semple: Now me, I never forget anything.
Lane Bellamy: You know sheriff; we had an elephant in our carnival with a memory like that. He went after a keeper that he'd held a grudge against for almost 15 years. Had to be shot. You just wouldn't believe how much trouble it is to dispose of a dead elephant.

Sheriff Titus Semple: Ya can't go wrong in this town if you say Yep to the right people and Nope to the rest.

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Originally intended as a vehicle for Ann Sheridan, who turned down role played by 'Joan Crawford'.
"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on May 26, 1950 with Joan Crawford reprising her film role.
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