Phantom Lady

Phantom Lady

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An unhappily married man spends the evening on a no-names basis with a woman he picks up at a bar. He later returns home, only to find the police in possession and his wife strangled. Every effort to establish his alibi fails; oddly, no one seems to remember seeing the phantom lady. In prison, the man gives up hope, but his secretary (secretly in love with him) doggedly follows evanescent clues through shadowy nocturnal streets. Will she be able to clear her employer in time?
Copyright Date: ©2012
Universal City, CA :, Universal Studios Home Entertainment,, [2012]
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1,rda
laser optical,NTSC
digital,optical,surround sound,Dolby Digital 5.1,rda
1 videodisc (87 min.) sound, black and white; 4 3/4 in


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Jan 18, 2015

A really very entertaining noir. Ella Raines was gorgeous, and she was bound and determined to free her boss from death row, even if that tenacity required her to lock lips with Elisha Cook Jr. (whose attempt at passing for a professional drummer was hilarious... There's one scene in the after hours joint that I thought he was going into cardiac arrest...). Franchot Tone and Thomas Gomez were great supporting characters but Ella Raines was electric. FIVE STARS.

theorbys Dec 11, 2013

One of many iconic films noirs, and one of the best films noirs. Ella Raines is terrific and ably seconded by Thomas Gomez and Franchot Tone. But the centerpiece is the long scene between Elisha Cook Jr and Ella.


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