The Furies (1950) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Anthony Mann and produced by Hal B. Wallis.
Academy Awards 1950 --- Ceremony Number 23 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||Victor Milner||Nominated|
book: The Amber Fury (2014; vt The Furies) by Natalie HaynesBy John Grant on Aug 25, 2019 From Noirish
Promising young stage director Alex Morris is, not unnaturally, devastated by grief when her fiance, Luke, is murdered on the street by a stranger. Knowing how desperate she is to get away from London and all the reminders of what happened, her old drama tutor Robert offers her a job in Edinburgh us... Read full article
The Furies (1950)By 4 Star Film Fan on Feb 19, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Frenzied opening strings from a score by Franz Waxman assist in introducing a film that positions itself as another textured portrait of the West boasting a pair of grandiose performances from Walter Huston and Barbara Stanwyck. This particular ride down the well-trodden paths takes place in New Mex... Read full article
The FuriesBy Amanda Garrett on Jan 20, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films
Today I'm reviewing the classic Western The Furies (1950) starring Walter Huston (left), Barbara Stanwyck, and Wendell Corey. This article is part of the Remembering Barbara Stanwyck blogathon hosted by In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. Barbara Stanwyck is the undisputed queen of ol... Read full article
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Dallas Hart: [as she's leaving] I never could see what they see in the thin ones.
Vance Jeffords: It's not what they see.
Dallas Hart: Just get in off the railroad?
Vance Jeffords: Yeah.
Dallas Hart: We haven't met before. My name is Dallas Hart. I'm new in town, honey.
Vance Jeffords: Honey, you wouldn't be new anyplace.
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