Sudden Fear (1952) was a Film Noir - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by David Miller and produced by Joan Crawford and Joe Kaufmann.
Academy Awards 1952 --- Ceremony Number 25 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actor||Jack Palance||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Joan Crawford||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Charles B. Lang, Jr.||Nominated|
|Best Costume Design||Sheila O'Brien||Nominated|
Day 4 of Noirvember: Irene Neves in Sudden Fear (1952)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 4, 2021 From Shadows and Satin
Today?s Noirvember post shines the spotlight on one bad-ass sister, Irene Neves in Sudden Fear (1952). WHAT?S SUDDEN FEAR ABOUT? Successful playwright and San Francisco heiress Myra Hudson (Joan Crawford) meets actor Lester Blaine (Jack Palance) and marries him after a whirlwind romance. Their marri... Read full article
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Sudden Fear (1952) holds a special place in my heart. First of all, it stars my girl Joan Crawford. Secondly, it?s one of the first noirs I ever saw on the big screen. It was at Chicago?s Music Box Theater, and as I sat there in the dark, I was practically overcome by the intelligent script, the es... Read full article
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Everybody knows about those larger-than-life femme fatales in those famous, blockbuster noirs: dames like Phyllis Dietrichson in Double Indemnity. Kathie Moffat in Out of the Past. Kitty Collins in The Killers. Cora Smith in The Postman Always Rings Twice. Sure, we?re all familiar with these twisted... Read full article
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Lester turns on the charm when he encounters Myra on the train. Myra?s play opens to rave reviews about a month later ? with another actor in the starring role ? and we meet up with her as she is boarding a train for a triumphant return to her home in San Francisco. Coincidentally, it so happens tha... Read full article
Sudden FearBy RBuccicone on Dec 27, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies
Sudden Fear (1952) What would be more shocking: Discovering the man you just married and are mad about doesn’t love you and is having an affair or that he wants to kill you for your money? I had a hard time deciphering which of these circumstances, which come hurtling at Joan Crawford‘s ... Read full article
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Myra Hudson: What's the matter, Darling?
Lester Blaine: [Frightened] It's a precipice!
Myra Hudson: [laughs] I've been running up and down these steps ever since I was twelve.
Lester Blaine: Don't you ever do it again!
Myra Hudson: Why not? Remember what Nietzsche said: Live dangerously!
Lester Blaine: You know what happened to Nietzsche?
Myra Hudson: What?
Lester Blaine: He's dead!
Myra Hudson: [laughs]
Myra Hudson: Welcome to my home, Lester.
Lester Blaine: It's quite a cozy home.
Myra Hudson: Cozy enough to take your coat off?
Lester Blaine: Delighted.
Myra Hudson: [to Lester] I haven't even got my lipstick on! A woman has to wear lipstick. I'd feel positively naked without it!
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