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Blonde Ice (1948)

 -  Crime | Drama | Film-Noir  -  24 July 1948 (USA)
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A society reporter keeps herself in the headlines by marrying a series of wealthy men, all of whom die under mysterious circumstances.



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Complete credited cast:
Robert Paige ...
Les Burns
Leslie Brooks ...
Claire Cummings Hanneman
Russ Vincent ...
Blackie Talon, the Pilot
Michael Whalen ...
Stanley Mason
Al Herrick
Emory Parnell ...
Police Capt. Bill Murdock
Walter Sande ...
Hack Doyle
John Holland ...
Carl Hanneman
Mildred Coles ...
June Taylor
Selmer Jackson ...
District Attorney Ed Chalmers
David Leonard ...
Dr. Geoffrey Kippinger
Jack Del Rio ...
Roberts, the Butler


A society reporter keeps herself in the headlines by marrying a series of wealthy men, all of whom die under mysterious circumstances.

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Blonde Criminal. Ice in her veins. Icicles in her heart. See more »






Release Date:

24 July 1948 (USA)  »

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Blonde Ice  »

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(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Les Burns: What day is it?
June Taylor: Tuesday.
Les Burns: What happened to Sunday and Monday?
June Taylor: I took care of them for you.
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Postwar curio about serial-killing femme fatale
19 November 2001 | by (Western New York) – See all my reviews

A cheesy programmer with a cast of nobodies and has-beens, sporting production values suited to Charlie Chan, Blonde Ice remains curiously compelling. Most of its interest flows from the lead performance of Leslie Brooks as Claire, a newspaper gossip/society columnist who marries first a millionaire then an aspiring congressman only to dispatch them abruptly; all the while she keeps stringing along a paycheck-to-paycheck reporter whom she uses as a backup/patsy. Brooks performance is modelled, distantly, on Bette Davis (though the vertiginous arches of her eyebrows are a preview of Divine's). One apparent deficiency in the script -- and there are plenty -- may prove a blessing in disguise: no attempt is made to "analyze" Claire's motives, or pathology. What we see is what we get. The version I saw was shorn of 10 to 15 minutes of the reported running time; it's hard to say whether the condensed version detracts from or actually improves the original release. Though nobody should set out on a desperate quest to acquire a copy, Blonde Ice is somehow better than it has any right to be.

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