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Women Without Men (1956)

Blonde Bait (original title)
Approved | | Action, Adventure, Crime | April 1956 (USA)
U.S. State Department agent Kent Foster, on the trail of a murderous traitor, Nick Randall, hopes to trap Randall through singer/stripper Angela Booth. The latter has promised to marry ... See full summary »

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Elmo Williams
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Beverly Michaels ... Angela Booth
Jim Davis ... Nick Randall
Joan Rice ... Cleo Thompson
Richard Travis ... Kent Foster
Paul Cavanagh ... Insp. D.N. Hedges
Thora Hird ... 'Granny' Ramsey
Avril Angers Avril Angers ... Bessie
Gordon Jackson ... Percy
Valerie White ... Prison Governess
April Olrich April Olrich ... Marguerite Chavez
Ralph Michael Ralph Michael ... Julian Lord
Harry Lauter ... Bart - U.S. State Dept. Security Chief
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U.S. State Department agent Kent Foster, on the trail of a murderous traitor, Nick Randall, hopes to trap Randall through singer/stripper Angela Booth. The latter has promised to marry Randall on New Year's Eve even though she is not to see him until then. However, she lands in prison after a quarrel with influential Julius Lord, during which she defended herself with a broken mirror. Foster arranges for her escape with the aid of "Granny" Ramsey in hope that she will lead him to Randall. The plan is snarled when another girl prisoner with her infant joins the escape and Angel slips away. She manages to meet Randall, and, when he slaps her, she realizes that all she has heard about him is true. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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"I DON'T NEED A GUN TO CATCH A MAN! (original poster - all caps) See more »


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Approved | See all certifications »
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I'm here becuase of Beverly Michaels!
8 March 2019 | by juanmuscleSee all my reviews

I saw her in Wicked Woman (1953) on youtube, some has dubbed this from VHS , for our viewing pleasure, I know this because the tracking at the bottom needs a bit of ajustment, but that's neither here nor there, what is important are these wonderful thespians and gems from the era...

I was a bit flummoxed for at some point this took a strange turn and sort of jumbled up everything sort of willy-nilly you see, and I ceased to be able to distinguish from regular dames and bad dames and good guys and bad guys since everything sort of took a big leap in the sophistic episodes of "Three's Company" see where everything sort of gets mixed up , but like the episode everything ambiguous became clear and resplendent and once again order out of chaos was of course restored! Huzza, huzza! lol,

But yes, this dame is cool, this dame really knows how to pose for the screen, I think most of the thespians especially the female actresses really knew about lighting as they were poised to pose for the camera, terrific!

A really fun film, a good show, a good show! Seeing Beverly run away into the night with roman candles exploding everywhere behind her made the flic for me, how about you?


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Language:

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Release Date:

April 1956 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pecadora sin saberlo See more »

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Hammer Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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