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The Lady From Shanghai
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The Lady From Shanghai 1948


description written by member Zara:

A man agrees to help a rich man fake his own death in exchange for enough money to run off with the man's wife.

Release Date:June 9th, 1948
Running Time:87 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsOrson Welles
Written By:
No image existsOrson Welles
Starring:
No image existsOrson Welles
Rita HayworthRita Hayworth
No image existsEverett Sloane
No image existsTed de Corsia
No image existsErskine Sanford
No image existsGus Schilling
No image existsGlenn Anders

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The Lady From Shanghai Movie Review by BillyBob (2/2/2013)

Well-Well - They sure don't make 'em like this one anymore. And, let me tell ya - I, for one, am so glad (like you wouldn't believe) that they don't.

Personally, I think that a much more appropriate title for this film would've been - "Goldilocks and the 3 Bores", with actress Rita Hayworth, of course, being Goldilocks...

(complete The Lady From Shanghai review by BillyBob)


The Lady From Shanghai Movie Review by Shannon (4/24/2012)

This movie was not well received in America (nobody should be the director, producer and main actor in the picture some complained) until many years later though the Europeans loved it. Tale centers around a romantic Irish bloke (Orson Welles) who meets a pretty blonde (Rita Hayworth with a new look for the movie) in NYC,...

(complete The Lady From Shanghai review by Shannon)


The Lady From Shanghai Movie Review by Movie Addict (5/17/2009)

The Academy Film Archive, part of a foundation created by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, was established in 1991 and "dedicated to the preservation, restoration, documentation, exhibition and study of motion pictures." This is one of the films they recently restored. It took three years to do the...

(complete The Lady From Shanghai review by Movie Addict)


The Lady From Shanghai Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (5/10/2007)

This is not the best Welles film, but it is a great film noir with one of the best endings in all of American cinema.

Welles plays a Black Irish man who falls for a married woman (Rita Hayworth) and becomes entangled in a murder plot involving her, her husband and some of his minions. The plot is fairly predictable and...

(complete The Lady From Shanghai review by Jessica Film Junkie)



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