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« : October 30, 2017, 10:17:29 PM »

previous posts from the Film Noir Discussion Thread:

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)

cast, courtesy of wikipedia:

    Barbara Stanwyck as Martha Ivers
    Van Heflin as Sam Masterson
    Lizabeth Scott as Antonia "Toni" Marachek
    Kirk Douglas as Walter O'Neil
    Roman Bohnen as Mr. O'Neil
    Judith Anderson as Mrs. Ivers
    Janis Wilson as the young Martha Ivers
    Darryl Hickman as young Sam Masterson
    Mickey Kuhn as young Walter O'Neil




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cigar joe: The Strange Loves of Martha Ivers (1946) Director, Lewis Milestone with Barbara Stanwyck, Van Heflin, Lizabeth Scott, Kirk Douglas, A great noir with Lizabeth Scott as HOT as ever, on TCM just got finished. This is a great Van Heflin flick check it out.



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titoli: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) This movie has two great scenes: that of Stanwick and Heflin on the hill and the final three-sided confrontation except...except that the way that one ends is all wrong: censorship-induced? I would have given it an 8\10 in spite of its taking a long time to get going: the Lizbeth Scott angle, though integrated in the script, it is secondary to the Douglas-Stanwick relationship which isn't well-developed and consequently makes the finale appear even more forced of what already is (or maybe I say this because I don't like Scott, who also seemed to me to be a poor man's Bacall, and I adore Stanwick, probably the best combination of looks and acting ability in Hollywood in the years before the emergence of Ava Gardner). And Douglas is absolutely miscast, though of course nobody when they hired him could predict the screen persona he would develop in the decades to be, as distant as could be from the character he plays (badly, of course) here. So it's 7\10. Anyway I would like somebody to explain the finale to me, eh CJ?

cigar joe replies: I'd have to watch it again



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« #1 : October 30, 2017, 10:20:57 PM »

Eddie Muller's intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pTJtYT47eY&feature=youtu.be

Eddie Muller's afterword: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWUpRfFbzaw&feature=youtu.be


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« #2 : October 31, 2017, 12:24:00 AM »

I absolutely adore this film. I've seen it so many times!

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« #3 : November 01, 2017, 05:58:03 AM »

Thanks again, D & D, I love the movie. Is it still in public domain or is there finally a good print available? Haven't rewatched lately because my copy is so crappy.


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