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Barbara Stanwyck en “Voces de Muerte” (Sorry, Wrong Number), 1948

sparklejamesysparkle: “ Barbara Stanwyck in the suspense thriller Sorry, Wrong Number, Though the role was originated on radio by Agnes Moorehead in 1943 (who recreated the play over the airwaves numerous times by popular demand), she was.

goodheavensemelia:   Barbara Stanwyck, shows her vulnerable side   Gorgeous. Simply stunning!

signorelligirl: “ “ “Stanwyck doesn’t act a scene. Her emotions are so genuine that they must be captured in their first expression. Her best work is the result - not of timing and.

Barbara Stanwyck c. 1941-she didn't just play tough girls with a heart of gold, she was a mighty tough lady!

Barbara Stanwyck 1941 'Ball Of Fire' - I love Barbara Stanwyck, but this hairdo, NOT so much, despite having had over 60 years to get used to it. Flat and bulbous on top, equals graceless and unflattering to the face.

Barbara Stanwyck in "Stella Dallas".  I.  Love. Her. Hair.

Stella Dallas (King Vidor, - Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles and Anne Shirley - Director: King Vidor - Stella gives up her daughter so she can have a better life.

Lizabeth Scott (1922-2015), 1940s. She was an American film actress, known for her "smoky voice" and was called "the most beautiful face of film noir during the 1940s and 1950s."

The ultimate femme fatale, Lizabeth Scott costars in "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers" with Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin. Watch this film noir classic for FREE!

M: German thriller film, released in 1931, that was noted for its use of groundbreaking lighting techniques and offscreen sound to maximize a sense of horror. M was German director Fritz Lang ’s first sound film, and it featured Peter Lorre in his first major screen role.

M Peter Lorre, Ellen Widmann, Inge Landgut - Director: Fritz Lang - The granddaddy of the crime process! A police manhunt for a serial child killer gets an assist from the criminal underworld.

Lizabeth Scott and Raymond Burr - 1946 - Pitfall by André de Toth

sweethearts & characters (Lizabeth Scott and Raymond Burr, “Pitfall” (Andre.