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No Man of Her Own (1950) (1950) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Mitchell Leisen and produced by Richard Maibaum.

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No Man of Her Own (1950)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 22, 2019 From 4 Star Films

Helen Ferguson (Barbara Stanwyck) is slighted by her slimy boyfriend who ditches her for a blonde and the only thing he?offers her in return?is a train ticket out of town. What can she do but take it dejectedly with barely any money, 8-months pregnant, without any future?at all? She’s in a low... Read full article


Where Film Noir and the ?Woman?s Picture? Intersect: No Man of Her Own (1950)

on Aug 13, 2017 From True Classics

“Summer nights are pleasant in Caulfield. They smell of heliotrope and jasmine, honeysuckle and clover. The breeze that stirs the curtains is soft and gentle. There’s the hush, the stillness of perfect peace and security. Oh, yes, the summer nights are pleasant in Caulfield–but not... Read full article


No Man of Her Own (1950) with Barbara Stanwyck and John Lund

By Orson De Welles on Apr 14, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!1950 was a busy year for Barbara Stanwyck as she starred in four films that year.? Among them was No Man of Her Own, what today would be called a ?woman?s picture.?? Or would it?? For the first two thirds of the picture it?s a somber and almost depressing affair (don?t confuse somber and ... Read full article


No Man of Her Own (1950)

By Beatrice on Jun 28, 2015 From Flickers in Time

No Man of Her Own Directed by Mitchell Leisen Written by Sally Benson and Catherine Turney based on the novel “I Married a Dead Man” by Cornell Woolrich 1950/USA Paramount Pictures First viewing/Amazon Instant Helen Ferguson: Don’t. The preposterous story and overuse of the inte... Read full article


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"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 21, 1951 with Barbara Stanwyck reprising her film role.
In-joke: Character played by Barbara Stanwyck is named Helen Ferguson; Helen Ferguson is real name of one of best-known Hollywood publicists of the era, who also represented Stanwyck.
A portion of this film can be seen when Tony and Kate enter the apartment of Petty Office Horlacher in An Eye for an Eye
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