You Came Along (1945)
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)
Dead Reckoning (1947)
Desert Fury (1947)
I Walk Alone (1948)
Too Late For Tears (1948)
Dark City (1950)
Two of a Kind (1951)
The Racket (1951)
Stolen Face (1952)
Scared Stiff (1953)
An on-going feature in no particular order…
4 thoughts on “Femmes Noir #2: Lizabeth Scott”
Dark City Charleton Heston in his first role. Jack Webb and Harry Morgan of “Dragnet” fame are costarring. This is a noir of dark revenge rippling through the film.One can purchase the video of this rare and unprecented noir.
“Stolen Face” was a pretty decent British noir. Scott does a decent cockney accent in it and plays a double role.
Don’t forget the amazing “The Company She Keeps” where Liz plays a parole officer to evil ex-con Jane Greer who tries to steal boyfriend Dennis O’Keefe from her. A real noir cat fest!
Lizabeth Scott fans will like to read my little commentary on her recent public appearance at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences:
Great stuff Deborah. Great to see Ms Scott looking so well!