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Trailers from Hell: Josh Olson on Noir 'Wicked Woman'

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by Trailers From Hell
January 29, 2014 3:05 PM
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'Wicked Woman'

Josh Olson on Noir! continues at Trailers from Hell, with screenwriter Olson introducing 1953's "Wicked Woman," starring Richard Egan as a small-town barkeep and perennial femme fatale Beverly Michaels as the sexy drifter who has his number.

The memories of movie fans are papered with the work of the remarkably prolific producer Edward Small, ranging from such sophisticated fare as Witness for the Prosecution  to boomer favorites like Jack The Giant Killer and It, The Terror From Beyond Space. In 1953 Small produced Wicked Woman, a memorably sleazy but amusingly self-aware noir out of the Jim Thompson playbook. Directed by Russell Rouse (The Oscar), and co-starring Percy Helton, the high-pitched gnome from so many other essential noirs including Kiss Me Deadly and Criss Cross.

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  • Brian | January 30, 2014 11:32 AMReply

    I have no problem with spoilers and the one Olson divulges here only makes me want to see this movie even MORE! How could I have gone so long without seeing this?!

    I have to say, Olson does these Trailers from Hell really well.

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