Fallen Angel (1945)
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The Screen's Most Gripping Drama of Murder - and Desire!
|Eric Stanton (Dana Andrews), thrown off a bus for not having the fare, begins to frequent a diner called "Pop's Eats" , whose main attraction is a beautiful waitress by the name of Stella seems disinterested in Eric, he decides if he had money she would pay attention to his advances. He marries June Mills ( Alice Faye ) for her money, and stella is mysteriously murdered. Even though June Learns of Eric's dishonest plans, she still loves him. It is with her support that he investigates the killing on his own, eventually discovering the shocking identity of the real killer.DVD Features: Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 2.1 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 2.1 Mono) Audio Commentary with Film Noir Historian Eddie Muller and Susan Andrews Publicity Gallery Production Stills Gallery Unit Photography Gallery Theatrical Trailer Fox Noir: The House on Telegraph Hill, No Way Out, If you liked this movie you may want to try... System Requirements:Running Time 98 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE|
Editor's NoteOtto Preminger's classic film noir offering captures the common postwar struggle to get ahead, and one man's balancing act between two women. Dana Andrews stars as a drifter named Eric Stanton, who, after landing in a small California town, falls in love with Stella (Linda Darnell), a diner waitress. She makes it clear that she'll have nothing to do with Eric unless he has some money, so he hatches a plan to marry June Mills (Alice Faye), a wealthy reclusive spinster who is in love with him. Unfortunately, right after the wedding, Stella turns up dead, and the blame is placed on Eric.
Cast & Crew
|David Raksin - Original Music By|
|Harry Kleiner - Screenplay|
|Harry Reynolds - Editor|
|Joseph LaShelle - Cinematographer|
|Kermit Goell - Original Music By|
|Marty Holland - Based On Novel By|
|Otto Preminger - Producer|
|Otto Preminger - Director|