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Scarlett Street
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Scarlett Street 1945


Christopher Cross (Edward G. Robinson) is a lonely cashier married to a nagging widow Adele (Rosalind Ivan). Painting is the only thing that brings him joy. After a party celebrating his 25 years on the job, he sees Kitty (Joan Bennett), a comely young woman, being accosted by Johnny (Dan Duryea). Chris knocks Johnny out. Later Kitty gets Chris to open up to her and Chris admits that he paints pictures. Kitty assumes he is a highly paid artist because he seems so knowledgeable yet humble. Johnny and Kitty, it turns out are partners and Johnny talks Kitty into extorting money from Chris. Chris, a cashier, sees his relationship with Kitty in idolized and romantic terms, unable to see her as the grafter she is. He sets up Kitty in an apartment and keep his paintings there as a studio, but to obtain funds he embezzles money from the company he works for. When Janeway (Jess Barker), an influential art dealer discovers Chris's canvasses, he is told Kitty is the creator, and Johnny facilitates and encourages the collusion. When Adele's first husband (Charles Kemper) turns up alive, an ex-police detective taken for dead in the line of duty, Chris sees a way out and sets up the ex-cop to reunite with his wife. Chris sees this as a way to go to Kitty permanently but discovering her in the arms of Johnny, Chris does something impulsive, and his future days are affected by his actions in the most dramatic ways.

Release Date:December 28th, 1945
MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:101 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsFritz Lang
Written By:
No image existsDudley Nichols
No image existsDudley Nichols (screenplay)
Starring:
No image existsEdward G. Robinson
No image existsJoan Bennett
No image existsDan Duryea
No image existsMargaret Lindsay
No image existsRosalind Ivan
No image existsJess Barker
No image existsCharles Kemper
No image existsSamuel S. Hinds
No image existsVladimir Sokoloff
No image existsArthur Loft
No image existsRussell Hicks

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