“Scarlet Street” quotes

Movie Scarlet Street
Fritz Lang directed this movie in 1945
Title Scarlet Street
Year 1945
Director Fritz Lang
Genre Drama, Film-Noir
Plot – An upright bank teller, Christopher Cross, is tormented by his wife and has the hobby of painting. One day he meets a prostitute, Kitty, who also begins to exploit him when she discovers that his paintings can be sold at a good price. Christopher will end up on the street, haunted by a crime that the prostitute's pimp has unjustly been condemned for.
All actors – Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Jess Barker, Charles Kemper, Anita Sharp-Bolster, Samuel S. Hinds, Vladimir Sokoloff, Arthur Loft, Russell Hicks, Richard Abbott, John Barton, Rodney Bell, Richard Cramer, Dick Curtis, Tom Daly, Edgar Dearing, Henri DeSoto, Joe Devlin, Tom Dillon, Neal Dodd, Ralph Dunn, Fred Essler, Byron Foulger, Lance Fuller, Gus Glassmire, Arthur Gould-Porter, Sherry Hall, William Hall, Chuck Hamilton, Herbert Heywood, Boyd Irwin, Thomas E. Jackson, Edward Keane, Cy Kendall, Milton Kibbee, Fritz Leiber, Ralph Littlefield, George Lloyd, Lou Lubin, Robert Malcolm, George Meader, Howard M. Mitchell, Horace Murphy, Clarence Muse, Lee Phelps, Rose Plumer, Constance Purdy, Beatrice Roberts, Dewey Robinson, Syd Saylor, Wallace Scott, Jack Statham, Kerry Vaughn, Emmett Vogan, Dick Wessel, Matt Willis, Charles C. Wilson, Will Wright
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