The Dark Corner (1946)

Passed   |    |  Crime, Drama, Film-Noir


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Secretary tries to help her boss, who is framed for a murder.


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  • Lucille Ball and Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)
  • Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)
  • Lucille Ball and Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)
  • Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)
  • Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)
  • William Bendix and Mark Stevens in The Dark Corner (1946)

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11 February 2001 | jann-6
Everything a film noir should be
This is a perfect little film noir, it's everything a film noir is supposed to be. Lucille Ball is great (I echo the sentiments of the person who said she should have done more of this type of film.) She's not a femme fatale, she's a completely innocent heroine; perhaps a little unusual in film noir, but it works. The use of light and dark, some terrific camera angles, and a somewhat confusing plot make this a superb example of this genre. One wonders why this film is not better known; it should be.

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