The Tarnished Angels (1957)

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Story of a friendship between an eccentric journalist and a daredevil barnstorming pilot.


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  • Rock Hudson and Dorothy Malone in The Tarnished Angels (1957)
  • Rock Hudson and Dorothy Malone in The Tarnished Angels (1957)
  • Rock Hudson in The Tarnished Angels (1957)
  • Dorothy Malone in The Tarnished Angels (1957)
  • Rock Hudson, Jack Carson, Dorothy Malone, Douglas Sirk, and Robert Stack in The Tarnished Angels (1957)
  • Rock Hudson, Dorothy Malone, and Robert Stack in The Tarnished Angels (1957)

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22 August 2006 | ccthemovieman-1
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| I'll Take This Sirk-Stack-Malone-Hudson Story
Even though I haven't seen this movie in quite a while, it's ironic I would write this review shortly after viewing "Written On The Wind" for the first time recently. "Ironic" because of the main actors star in both films: Robert Stack, Rock Hudson and Dorothy Malone, and both films were directed by Douglas Sirk.

Personally, I thought this film was far more interesting than the more well-known WOTW. This was a better story.

Dorothy Malone, for one, looked a heckuva lot better in this movie. She had some classic beauty and shows it here more than the trampy role in the other film.

I also preferred this film because it had some fascinating and dramatic flying scenes, things I have never seen before on film. Apparently, they had these 1930s air races in which planes few around pylons, almost like a horse race on land. This is the only film I've seen that pictured.

Another thing I enjoyed was Hudson's dramatic story at the end of the movie which, at first, seemed ridiculously melodramatic but was said so well that I found in very compelling, and it tied the whole story together.

I also appreciated Malone doing the right thing at the end, telling off Hudson for coming on to her, since she was a married woman. This is one of the few films - including those in the 1950s - in which adultery is NOT treated mater-of-factly.

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