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Storm Warning (1951) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Stuart Heisler and produced by Jerry Wald.

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THE DORIS DAY BLOGATHON: Storm Warning (1951)

on Apr 3, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Michaela of Love Letters to Old Hollywood is hosting, for the second year, The Doris Day Blogathon. The celebration of the beloved star runs from April 1st to the 3rd. Click HERE to read the tributes. Band singer Doris Day made her film debut at age 26 in 1948s Romance on the High Seas. It was a... Read full article


THE DORIS DAY BLOGATHON: Storm Warning (1951)

on Apr 3, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Michaela of Love Letters to Old Hollywood is hosting, for the second year, The Doris Day Blogathon. The celebration of the beloved star runs from April 1st to the 3rd. Click HERE to read the tributes. Band singer Doris Day made her film debut at age 26 in 1948s Romance on the High Seas. It was a... Read full article


Storm Warning (1951)

By Beatrice on Jul 25, 2014 From Flickers in Time

Storm Warning Directed by Stuart Heisler Written by Daniel Fuchs and Richard Brooks 1951/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/Netflix rental There are some excellent performances and plenty of thrills in this movie about how the Klan intimidates an entire town. Dress model Martha Mitchell (Ginger Rogers... Read full article


Storm Warning (1951)

By Lindsey on Nov 11, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

(Image via Flick Facts) Marsha Mitchell (Ginger Rogers) is on her way to a modeling job in New York when she decides to make a short stop in the town of Rock Point where her sister Lucy (Doris Day) lives. The sisters have not seen each other in two years. Marsha is excited to spend time with Lucy an... Read full article


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Quotes from

Charlie Barr: I'll give you a tip, young fellow. Never go off half-cocked. Who's to say the Klan's involved? You got a witness? Don't drag people into anything unless you got solid legal evidence. Everything that happens in these small towns right away they blame it on the Klan.


Burt Rainey: Hear that yellin' out there? That's the Klan! They just found out that law and order can't touch them. You did that when you let them off! They're runnin' wild! They're gonna rip up the old laws and make new ones! They're gonna do every rotten thing they can think of doing!


Charlie Barr: Don't force me to show you how we handle people! We're the law here! We're the judges and the jury!
Marsha Mitchell: I'm no hero. I'm scard! That's what you wanted, and that's the way it is. Yeah, I'm afraid of what you might do to me. But if I ever get out of here, I'm gonna tell, and there's nothing you can do that'll stop me!


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Facts about

This is the only film in which a character played by Doris Day dies.
Doris Day's first non-singing role.
Joan Crawford was asked by studio boss Jack L. Warner to play Doris Day's sister in the film, Joan declined saying "Come on, Jack. No one would ever believe that I would have Doris Day for a sister!"
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