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Gilda (1946)

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Director:

Charles Vidor

Starring:

Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready, Joseph Calleia, Gerald Mohr

Genres:

Film Noir, Romantic Drama, Crime, US Classics, Thriller

Origin:

USA

Certificate:

PG

Languages:

English

Running Time:

106 min

Gilda

synopsis


Rita Hayworth sizzles alonside Glenn Ford and George Macready in Gilda, director Charles Vidor's classic noir set against a backdrop of high life and low characters in a Buenos Aires casino. Exuding sensuality and star power in a dazzling performance, Hayworth delivers lines like "If I'd been a ranch they'd have called me the Bar Nothing" and gives classic renditions of Doris Fisher and Alan Roberts's 'Amado Mio' and 'Put The Blame On Mame' as she creates what would become her signature role... and the film to cement her position as the screen goddess of the 1940's.

 
 

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