No Man of Her Own (February 21, 1950)
Released on February 21, 1950: A pregnant unwed young woman is spurned by the baby's father and in a strange twist of fate she tries to take the place of another pregnant mother when a train wreck kills the other mother.
Produced by Richard Maibaum
Directed by Mitchell Leisen
Written by Cornell Woolrich with screenplay by Sally Benson, Catherine Turney and Mitchell Leisen
The Actors: Barbara Stanwyck (Helen Ferguson pretending to be Patrice Harkness), John Lund (Bill Harkness), Jane Cowl (Mrs. Grace Harkness), Phyllis Thaxter (Patrice Harkness), Lyle Bettger (Steve Morley), Henry O'Neill (Mr. Harkness), Richard Denning (Hugh Harkness), Carole Mathews (Irma, Steve's girlfriend), Harry Antrim (Ty Winthrop, family lawyer), Catherine Craig (Rosalie Baker), Esther Dale (Josie the maid), Milburn Stone (plain clothes policeman), Griff Barnett (Doctor Parker), Jean Andren (Louise Russell), Georgia Backus (nurse), Virginia Brissac (wife of the Justice of the Peace), Ivan Browning (porter), Ashley Cowan (son of the Justice of the Peace), Charles Dayton (friend of the family), Jimmie Dundee (policeman), Franklyn Farnum (train passenger), Bess Flowers (woman at country club dance), Kathleen Freeman (Clara Larrimore), Sumner Getchell (John Larrimore), William Haade (policeman), Sam Harris (country club patron), Thomas Browne Henry (doctor), Edna Holland (nurse), Esther Howard (boarding house landlord), Selmer Jackson (minister), Stan Johnson (policeman), Richard Keene (clerk), Mary Lawrence (Lucy Hunt), Carl M. Leviness (sidewalk passerby), Frank Marlowe (cab driver Steve), John Michaels (delivery boy), Helen Mowery (Harriet Olsen), Forbes Murray (train passenger), Gordon Nelson (A.J. Hinkle, Justice of the Peace), Barry Norton (country club patron), Steve Pendleton (policeman), Jack Reynolds (country club party group), Kasey Rogers (friend of the family), Jean Ruth (nurse), Jeffrey Sayre (country club patron), Emmett Smith (red cap), Bert Stevens (train passenger), Phil Tully (policeman in patrol car), Ray Walker (plain clothes policeman), Willard Waterman (Jack Olsen), Dave Willock (Jimmy Baker), Dooley Wilson (waiter on train)
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As Long as You Both Shall Live . . . Bang Bang
A great noir murder thriller should be experienced moment to moment, never knowing what to expect next. This unforgettable noir drama stars one of the best female actresses to ever appear on the big screen, Barbara Stanwyck, and you will understand why she was such a movie star when you watch her performance. I will tell you as little as I can about the storyline so that you can enjoy it as much as the audiences who bought a ticket at their local movie house in 1950 without knowing what was to come.
As our story opens Barbara Stanwyck is speaking and describing the beautiful home she is in. She tells us that there should be great joy in that home, but there is not. She is sitting in a chair holding her baby boy, and across the room is a handsome man reading a book. They are both obviously consumed with feelings of doom.
She tells us that she loves that man more than anything in the world, and he loves her just as much. She says that she is positive that he will walk out and disappear forever . . . . And if he doesn’t walk out, she will.
Then the phone rings and he answers it. She asks him if it is the police and he answers that it is. He tells her that the police will be arriving in a few minutes. She asks him if they are coming for him or for her, and he tells her that he is not sure. The feeling of impending doom increases almost to the breaking point. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
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