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Stage Struck Overview:

Stage Struck (1958) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Sidney Lumet and produced by William Dozier and Stuart Millar.

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New From Warner Archive: The Hunted (1947) and Stage Struck (1948)

By KC on Aug 11, 2014 From Classic Movies

The Hunted (1947) A low budget, but classy film noir, The Hunted is a minor treasure. It's moody, romantic and above all, it has the gently haughty presence of Belita. A woman of many talents, the star who was most famous for her accomplishments on the ice also carved a niche into movie history wit... Read full article


Stage Struck (1936)

By Emily on Dec 13, 2013 From The Vintage Cameo

One of my very favorite things in the world is old-school journalistic prose, especially film reviews, and MOST especially negative film reviews, so it was with a delighted heart that I came across this terrific pan from Frank S. Nugent’s review?of Stage Struck?in the?New York Times,?published... Read full article


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Lewis Easton: [to Eva] You're a hungry little girl - the theater's offering you a feast.


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Facts about

According to the March 9th, 1957 issue of Boxoffice Magazine, Bernard Herrmann was originally going to compose the music for this film.
Film debut of Jack Weston.
Film debut of Roger C. Carmel.
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