SUDDEN FEAR (1952)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Amazon.com]:

In this masterpiece of film noir, Joan Crawford plays
a successful playwright who marries a mediocre
actor (Jack Palance) with a troubling secret.
Nominated for four Academy Awards.



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"Joan Crawford should be credited with a truly professional performance in "Sudden Fear". .... Miss Crawford...does notably well in an exercise which involves practically all the emotions. .... The entire production has been mounted in excellent taste and, it must be pointed out, that San Francisco, in which most of the action takes place, is an excitingly photogenic area. David Miller, the director, has taken full advantage of the city's steep streets and panoramic views. And, in his climactic scenes in a darkened apartment and a chase through its precipitous dark alleys and backyards he has managed to project an authentically doom-filled atmosphere."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; August 8, 1952











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