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Rachel and the Stranger (1948) was a Western - Drama Film directed by Norman Foster and produced by Jack J. Gross and Richard H. Berger.

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Rachel and The Stranger (1948): Indentured Servitude

By 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 17, 2020 From 4 Star Films

It becomes increasingly apparent Rachel and The Stranger is a peculiar little movie that would have no place in the modern landscape, and not simply because RKO Studios is no longer in existence. It feels like arguably its biggest star is off-screen more than he is on because he was probably in at l... Read full article

Rachel And The Stranger (1948)

By Kayla on Sep 3, 2015 From The Cinema Dilettante

Rachel And The Stranger (1948) September 3, 2015September 4, 2015 / The Cinema Dilettante Apparently trying to recapture the shock factor of the poster for The Outlaw, Rachel And The Stranger! Starring: Loretta Young, William Holden, Robert Mitchum, Gary Gray Director: Norman Fost... Read full article

Bill Holden has women trouble in... Rachel and the Stranger (1948)

By Michaela on Jun 16, 2015 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood

Rachel and the Stranger is one of those films that I've only barely been acquainted with. You know that person from high school that you knew by name and slight gossip, but would never actually engage with, yet you still say hello when you bump into them in public because it seems polite and you cle... Read full article

Rachel and the Stranger (1948)

By Kristen on May 11, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

So much to write about that it might require two posts. ?Let’s start with the delayed movie review. ?I watched this last night but due to massive studying I just couldn’t write it out. ?Today’s film is an odd little movie from 1948 called Rachel and the Stranger. ?To preface, and m... Read full article

Rachel and the Stranger tribute

By disneyprincesswdw on Nov 12, 2009 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Hello everyone! I have got the Rachel and the Stranger tribute finished and ready for yall to watch. I set it up on a smilebox to view from. I am going to upload it to my youtube account later today for the HQ video version. A warning on the video though the talking parts of the video are kind of th... Read full article

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This was one of RKO's biggest hits of 1948, earning $395,000.00
Loretta Young was famous for placing a "swear jar" on the sets of all of her films, charging anyone in the cast or crew who used foul language 25 cents for doing so, then giving the funds to one of her favorite charities. While making this film with her, Robert Mitchum reputedly held his tongue about his pious co-star until shooting was completed. As he exited the set on the final day of production, Mitchum smiled, dropped a $20 bill into the jar, and said, "This should just about cover everything I've been wanting to say to Loretta."
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