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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
Michael Whalen ...
Stanley Mason
Al Herrick
Emory Parnell ...
Police Capt. Bill Murdock
Walter Sande ...
Hack Doyle
John Holland ...
Carl Hanneman
Mildred Coles ...
June Taylor
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)  »

Also Known As:

A Loira Tenebrosa  »

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Sound Mix:

(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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2 August 2005 | by (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews

"Blonde Ice" (which I just viewed in a nice DVD version with the restorer's commentary, and some nifty extras) is not a classic, nor even a particularly good movie by most standards: it is strictly poverty row rather than Scarlet Street, BUT... I found it easy to watch, and (at times) quite good. The male lead (although obviously a dashing actor on his way down the ladder) brings off his part with some real style, especially in a scene in which he eschews the usual macho man poise expected and almost breaks down in bewilderment over the Woman's actions and seeming imperturbability. And there are a few satisfying (if never quite resplendent) turns by a handful of character actors well-versed in what is expected of them. Although - as commented upon already - there is not quite enough "shadow and darkness" to make it a solid noir presentation, there are - in fact - some rather well-drawn night scenes, and the requisite "venetian blind shadows aslant" scattered here and there. And there is a (limp) stab at analysis of Claire's "problem" by a weakly-sketched German shrink, who also concocts a rather vapid (and seemingly pointless) plan to upend her schemes. The ending is perhaps a bit perfunctory, although the very last line is snappy.

The main positives however are the terribly efficient story-telling (often a lost art in B-movies: hell, in ALL movies!) and some truly terrific compositions. These two elements make it worth at least a single viewing, especially if you can see it on the DVD with the commentary, which also delves into the important work of the film restorer. Seen in such a fashion, the movie is rewarding enough, considering its brevity and quick pace.

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