Virginia Leith


Virginia Leith

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A Kiss Before Dying - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from A Kiss Before Dying (1956), starring Robert Wagner and Joanne Woodward. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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Kiss Before Dying, A (1956) - If Certain Details Were Omitted Characters discussed but never seen before the murder (disguised as suicide) of Dory (Joanne Woodward), George MacReady her father, Virginia Leith her sister, Howard Petrie the police chief and Jeffrey Hunter, whom we have met, as the college tutor and weirdly, we learn, also part-time cop Gordon, with the culprit (Robert Wagner as “Bud” Corliss) lurking in Tucson’s El Presidio Park, in A Kiss Before Dying, 1956.
Kiss Before Dying, A (1956) - You've Concealed It Wonderfully Gobbling up more Tucson scenery, Virginia Leith as Ellen, wealthy sister of Dorothy (Joanne Woodward), whose murder has been officially ruled a suicide, receives a memento, then a phone call (from Bud, Robert Wagner, who committed the murder, and who is apparently now dating her!), then clashes with her cruel father (George MacReady), in A Kiss Before Dying, 1956.
Kiss Before Dying, A (1956) - Your Diabolic Spell Shooting on location near the Guadalupe Peak Trail outside Tucson, Virginia Leith as heiress Ellen is now totally ensnared by Robert Wagner as Bud, who now has not only sold his murder of her sister as a suicide, but also now killed the guy he set up for having driven her to it, in the byzantine A Kiss Before Dying, 1956, from an Ira Levin novel.
Black Widow (1954) - I Want A Bloody Mary Having flashed back to the arrival of impetuous Nanny (Peggy Ann Garner) in New York, she surprises her uncle (Otto Kruger) at home, then Claire and John (Virginia Leith, Skip Hoemeier) on the job, in writer-producer-director Nunnally Johnson's Black Widow, 1954.
Toward The Unknown (1956) - A General's Girlfriend Bill Holden is veteran flier "Linc," rejoining his old crew at the officer's club at Edwards AFB, pre-Maverick Jim Garner and Karen Steele married friends, also Charles McGraw, and Lloyd Nolan as the general now friendly with Holden's ex (Virginia Leith), in Mervyn LeRoy's aviation drama Toward The Unknwon, 1956.
Brain That Wouldn't Die, The - Let Me Die! Doctor Bill (Herb Evers) re-animates the head of his fiance` Jan (Virginia Leith), to the dismay of aide Kurt (Leslie Daniel), who has a problem with his hand, in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
Brain That Wouldn't Die, The - Opening Credits Credits for the famous sci-fi cheapie The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962, begin with a plaintive statement from an unseen character, who would rather be dead
Brain That Wouldn't Die, The - Winding Road Doctor Bill (Herb Evers) and pretty fiance` Jan (Virginia Leith) hurry into a wreck in which she is sadly decapitated, which doesn't deter his rescue attempt, in The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 1962.
Fear And Desire (1953) - Don't Tell The General! As "The General" (Kenneth Harp) and Mac (Frank Silvera) work on the escape boat, Sidney (Paul Mazursky) grows lecherous guarding the captured girl (Virginia Leith), all stuck behind enemy lines in a nameless war, in Stanley Kubrick's first feature Fear And Desire, 1953.

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