Outrage (1950) - Jim's Working Late
This scene, with Mala Powers as engaged office worker Ann (Mala Powers) pursued by the menacing, scarred lunch-counter guy (Albert Mellen), is, along with the never-named subject of rape, the best known feature of director Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Outrage (1950) - Hey Beautiful!
The credits roll over an arguably critical dramatic scene which doesn't appear in the film, star Mala Powers staggering through city streets, then she's introduced as office worker Ann, Robert Clarke her boyfriend Jim, opening the second film directed and co-written by actress Ida Lupino, Outrage, 1950.
Outrage (1950) - Picking Up Strays
Rape survivor Ann (Mala Powers) doesn't know where she is, waking up the morning after she fled her hometown and collapsed in a ditch, inventing a new last name as she meets her rescuer Bruce (Tod Andrews) and friends (Angela Clarke, Kenneth Patterson), in director Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Outrage (1950) - Take A Good Look!
Reassuring her parents (Raymond Bond, Lilian Hamilton), and in spite of wide publicity, rape (though the word is never used) victim Ann (Mala Powers) returns to work, eventually discovering she's not as ready as she believed, in director and co-writer Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Women Make Film: Outrage, 1950, Jacqueline Stewart, Lizzie Borden
Introduction and comments following Outrage, 1950, with TCM’s Jacqueline Stewart and filmmaker Lizzie Borden.