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I have now seen it in a new 35mm print, own the DVD, and will soon have a Blu-Ray.
The perfect noire.
- Sep 13, 1999
- Real Name
- Neil S. Bulk
The two films, both excellent, go together but Scarlet Street is more ruthless and unflinching.I don’t recall ever seeing this but having recently watched Kino’s excellent SCARLET STREET I’m looking forward to it. There seem to be conflicting opinions on which is the better film.
i would say Ewd. G Robinson > Joan Bennett, because i factored the following and this is because of personal prefrences
The Sea Wolf
The Woman in the Window
The Ten Commandments
but then that's the answer i came up with i am sure that there may be a different solution to the problem
by the way this was a no brainer on the pre-order
No, because you missed out the two other elements in the equation: Dan Duryea and Milton Krasner .Mathematical Quiz:
Fritz Lang + Edward G. Robinson = Cinema Magic
Fritz Lang + Joan Bennett = Cinema Magic
Does it follow that...
Edward G. Robinson = Joan Bennett ?
- May 26, 2016
- Real Name
Incorrect. They simply cancel out of both sides of the original equation:No, because you missed out the two other elements in the equation: Dan Duryea and Milton Krasner .
Fritz Lang + Edward G. Robinson + (Dan Dureya + Milton Krasner) = Cinema Magic
Fritz Lang + Joan Bennett + (Dan Dureya + Milton Krasner) = Cinema Magic
still leading to...
Edward G. Robinson = Joan Bennett
[We can test this by eliminating all other variables - i.e.:
Fritz Lang + Joan Bennett - (EG Robinson + Dan Dureya + Milton Krasner) = Cinema Magic
refer to Man Hunt and Secret Beyond the Door