SUDDEN FEAR
1952, Cohen Film, 110 min, USA, Dir: David Miller

Joan Crawford gives an Oscar-nominated performance as a San Francisco playwright who marries a virile actor (Jack Palance) she’d rejected for one of her plays. Little does she know, he plans to drop the final curtain on her. Stylish and suspenseful, this is one of Crawford’s very best movies. With Gloria Grahame.


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