Leave Her to Heaven (1945) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by John M. Stahl and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and William A. Bacher.
Academy Awards 1945 --- Ceremony Number 18 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Gene Tierney||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: Lyle Wheeler, Maurice Ransford; Interior Decoration: Thomas Little||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Leon Shamroy||Won|
Day 16 of Noirvember: Ellen Berent in Leave Her to Heaven (1945)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 16, 2021 From Shadows and Satin
Today?s Noirvember post shines the spotlight on the beautiful but deadly Ellen Berent in Leave Her to Heaven (1945). WHAT?S LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN ABOUT? Socialite Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) meets a novelist, Richard ?Dick? Harland (Cornel Wilde), at Rancho Jacinto in Taos, New Mexico. Richard is ther... Read full article
“Leave Her to Heaven”: a film noir in glorious TechnicolorBy Stephen Reginald on Jun 11, 2020 From Classic Movie Man
“Leave Her to Heaven”: a film noir in glorious Technicolor Leave Her to Heaven (1945) is a Technicolor film noir directed by John Stahl, produced by William A. Bacher and Darryl F. Zanuck, and starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, and Jeanne Crain. It is based on the best-selling nov... Read full article
Gene vs. Jeanne: Leave Her to Heaven (1945)By Virginie Pronovost on May 24, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
Visually, John M. Stahl’s Leave Her to Heaven (1945) might be one of the most colourful films noir you’ll ever see in your life, but its narrative line is probably among the darkest ones of the movement. This film taking place with beautiful natural landscapes, instead of notorious neigh... Read full article
Review: Leave Her to Heaven (1945)By 4 Star Film Fan on May 13, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Film Noir is usually synonymous with black and white. Of course, as with everything, especially something as notoriously difficult to categorize as?film noir, there are notable?exceptions. Obvious outliers are Niagara (1953), Bad Day at Black Rock (1955), House of Bamboo (1955), and this picture fro... Read full article
Leave Her to Heaven (1945) and that chilling scene…By Carol Martinheira on Mar 26, 2019 From The Old Hollywood Garden
Leave Her to Heaven (1945) and that chilling scene… On March 26, 2019 By CarolIn Uncategorized Leon Shamroy’s stunning, ethereal Oscar-winning cinematography in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl, 1945) is the perfect backdrop for one of the most despi... Read full article
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Russell Quinton: I loved you. And I'm still in love with you.
Ellen Berent Harland: That's a tribute.
Russell Quinton: And I always will be. Remember that.
Ellen Berent Harland: Russ, is that a threat?
Ellen Berent Harland: I keep forgetting you can't draw a deep breath without being heard all over the house!
Ellen Berent Harland: Let's change the name of the place from Back Of The Moon to Goldfish Manor.
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onMarch 17, 1947 with Gene Tierney and Cornel Wilde reprising their film roles.
The famous (and dramatic) swimming scene that takes place in the lake for Darryl Hickman's character was in water so cold that the young actor caught pneumonia.
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