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Wonderful picture and sound quality compared to the Alpha DVD release.
Robinson is perfect as the hapless victim, whose lack of perspective in his art mirrors his misfortunes with the people he comes into contact with in his real world.
I don't want to ruin the ending so your going to have to see it for yourself but you will never expect what happens.
Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street (1945) is one of the greatest film noirs and should be in every serious film collection. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Film Buff
I won't elaborate on the movie itself, because I can't add anything that hasn't already been said.
However, I do need to comment on the picture and sound quality. Read more
Middle-aged married guy gets in trouble when playing with a young lady who is trying to soak him for money that she thinks he has. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A. J. Sneed
The original film starring Edward G., Dan Duryea, and Joan Bennett in a very good Film Noir. The stars get together again in The woman in the window a little later. Read morePublished 12 months ago by big ed
Scarlet Street, 1945 film
The film begins on a city street at night. A car stops in front of a club. Christopher Cross gets an award for 25 years of faithful service. Read more
I really enjoyed this sad, dark, and tragic little noir. Eddie G. plays sad sap Chris Cross who gets more than he bargains for when he helps the no-good babe Kitty on the street... Read morePublished 15 months ago by rvialet
Had never heard of this film until recently (while claiming to be big Fritz Lang fan!). Bought only knowing of THIS excellent restoration, and its status as a noir great. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jrum C.
Robinson does it again. I own many of his works and I'm never disappointed. I admit it was a different character for him to portray but he got right into it in his usual... Read morePublished 22 months ago by CARL SCHULTZ