Slightly Scarlet

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Time Out says

Based on a novel by James M Cain, this big-city corruption chronicle is a smart example of Dwan's '50s output, a film noir that just happens to be in colour and SuperScope. Gang leader Payne meeting his comeuppance when he tangles with sisters Fleming and Dahl, the former the mayor's innocent secretary, the latter a dangerous kleptomaniac. (Martin Scorsese, incidentally, has tipped his cap to Dwan and acknowledged him as an influence.
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Release details

UK release:

1956

Duration:

99 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Allan Dwan

Cast:

Ted de Corsia, Kent Taylor, Arlene Dahl, Rhonda Fleming, John Payne, Lance Fuller

Music:

Louis Forbes

Art Director:

Van Nest Polglase

Editor:

James Leicester

Cinematography:

John Alton

Screenwriter:

Robert Blees

Producer:

Benedict Bogeaus

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