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Wicked As They Come

Wicked As They Come(1957)

Also Known As: Portrait in Smoke |

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Brief Synopsis

A ruthless woman takes advantage of gullible men to climb up the social ladder.

Cast & Crew

Ken Hughes Director
Arlene Dahl Kathy Allen, previously known as Katherine Allenborg
Phil Carey Tim O'Bannion
Herbert Marshall Stephen Collins
Michael Goodliffe Larry Buckham
Ralph Truman John Dowling
Sidney James Frank Allen
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1957 Production Date:  [1.85:1]
Col-Recd; EBXX; Print at Wisconsin
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Production Co:  Film Locations, Ltd.
Duration(mins):  94 Country:  Great Britain and United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • Not Quite Stanwyck Level, But It'll Do

    Andy 2012-11-16

    This is one of the better variations of Baby Face, the classic pre-code drama that featured factory town girl Barbara Stanwyck escaping from her pimping... MORE>

  • Classic BW Bad Girl Movie

    JL 2007-12-13

    You don't see Arlene Dahl too much but she was great really... and of course Herbert Marshall is always worth watching. Interesting altho typically... MORE>