Lured (1947) - In Flew A Dead Duck
Exhausted but witty London taxi dancers Sandy (Lucille Ball) and Lucy (Tanis Chandler) deal with a customer (Eddie Parks) an agent (Gerald Hamer) and a fateful personal ad, in an early scene from Douglas Sirk's Lured, 1947,
Lured (1947) - Murder In SoHo
Nifty opening credits from director Douglas Sirk, followed by Lucy (Tanis Chandler) setting the story in motion, enticed by a personal ad to a spooky London meeting, in Lured, 1947, starring Lucille Ball, George Sanders and Boris Karloff.
Lured (1947) - I'm To Be The Bait
American showgirl Sandy (Lucille Ball), inquiring with the London police about her disappeared friend, learns from Gordon (Alan Napier) and his boss Temple (Charles Coburn) about the serial killer, and is recruited as a detective, Douglas Sirk directing, in Lured, 1947.
Lured (1947) - Why Do You Accept So Quickly?
American Sandy (Lucille Ball), now working with the police investigating the murder of her taxi-dancer friend, meets the suspicious and suspected Van Druten (Boris Karloff) on a foggy London night in Douglas Sirk's Lured, 1947.
Noir Alley: Eddie Muller on Lured (1947)
Noir Alley host Eddie Mullers introduction and comments following Lured, 1947.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Lured (1947)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Lured, 1947.
Lured (1947) - You Noticed His Fangs
American showgirl Sandy (Lucille Ball) at a London theater, working undercover with the police to entice a serial killer, attracts the attention of impresario Fleming (George Sanders), posing as his own secretary, who earlier tried to hire her, then meets detective Barret (George Zucco), in Lured,1947.