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Whirlpool (1949) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Otto Preminger and produced by Otto Preminger.

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Whirlpool (1949)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Nov 20, 2018 From 4 Star Films

Despite being ludicrously absurd, it’s impossible not to get whisked away by the swirling cauldron of psychological drama found in Whirlpool. Otto Preminger adds yet another perplexing noir to his filmography and it seems reasonable that Whirlpool along with The Fallen Angel (1945) and Angel F... Read full article


Whirlpool (1949)

By Beatrice on Jun 16, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Whirlpool Directed by Otto Preminger Written by Ben Hecht and Andrew Solt from a novel by Guy Endore 1949/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing/Netflix rental Otto Preminger reunites with Gene Tierney and David Raskin for an OK psychological drama. ?Jose Ferrer is the highlight... Read full article


Day 25 of Noirvember: Dive into Whirlpool (1949)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 25, 2014 From Shadows and Satin

What is Gene Tierney up to? Watch Whirlpool and find out. Released by 20th Century Fox in 1949, Whirlpool stars Gene Tierney, Richard Conte, and Jose Ferrer. It?s not quite noir ? but it?s certainly, undeniably noir-ISH. This is the story. Ann Sutton (Gene Tierney), the wife of a prominent psychoana... Read full article


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At one point in the film, Theresa Randolph (Barbara O'Neil) tells Ann (Gene Tierney) that she is old enough to be her mother. However, in reality, O'Neil was only ten years older than Tierney.
The final feature film of Constance Collier.
Otto Preminger previously directed Gene Tierney in Laura. They would work together again twice more in Where the Sidewalk Ends and Advise & Consent.
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