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The Strange Woman (1946) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Douglas Sirk and Edgar G. Ulmer and produced by Hunt Stromberg, Hedy Lamarr and Jack Chertok.

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Dark Crimes: The Strange Woman (1946)

By shadowsandsatin on Feb 4, 2015 From Shadows and Satin

What in the actual hell?!? One of my many resolutions for 2015 was to get off my ?rusty dusty? and start converting some of my many blog post ideas from concept to actuality. Here, then, is my first post in my new series, which is to watch and write about every film in the ?Dark Crimes? DVD compilat... Read full article

The Strange Woman (1946, Edgar G. Ulmer)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 18, 2014 From The Stop Button

The Strange Woman opens with Dennis Hoey as a drunken widower and Jo Ann Marlowe as his evil little daughter. Herb Meadow's script is real bad in this opening, but it's nineteenth century kids playing and one of them is a psychopath, how good is the script going to be? But then it jumps fo... Read full article

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Lincoln Pittridge: [Giving a sermon, quoting from Proverbs 5:3] The lips of a strange woman drip honey, and her mouth is smoother than oil... But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword!

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Is part of the Public Domain, like most films directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
Douglas Sirk directed, uncredited, the opening sequence with Jenny Hager as a child.
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Also directed by Edgar G. Ulmer

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Also produced by Hunt Stromberg

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Also released in 1946

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