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Black Widow(1954)

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Brief Synopsis

A young stage hopeful (Peggy Ann Gardner), is murdered and suspicion falls on her mentor, a Broadway producer (Van Heflin).

Cast & Crew

Ginger Rogers Carlotta Marin
Van Heflin Peter Denver
Gene Tierney Iris Denver
George Raft Lt. Detective Bruce
Peggy Ann Garner Nancy "Nanny" Ordway
Reginald Gardiner Brian Mullen
Virginia Leith Claire Amberly
Otto Kruger Gordon Ling
Skip Homeier John Amberly
Harry Carter Sgt. Welch
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 27 Oct 1954; Los Angeles opening: 3 Nov 1954
Release Date:  1954 Production Date:  [CinemaScope]
EB; AFI*
Color/B&W:  Color (DeLuxe) Distributions Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Sound:  Stereo Production Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Duration(mins):  94-95 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,475    
Duration(reels):  11    

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  • Black Widow & the House Fly

    Larry Welk 2017-04-09

    The acting in this movie certainly held my attention as did the costumery, furnishings, props, & the story itself! The conniving, home wrecking ,... MORE>

  • Black Widow

    janet 2013-09-24

    Worst acting performances across the board. Nobody is spared, especially the audience. Unwatchable. MORE>

  • Black Widow-A Film Noir In Color?

    Bruce Reber 2013-01-28

    I totally agree with a previous reviewer. If "Black Widow" is supposed to be a film noir, then why is it in color? The term "film noir"... MORE>