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Female on the Beach
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(Dec 11, 2018)
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Screen legend Joan Crawford (Daisy Kenyon) stars as Lynn Markham, a widow who moves into a beach house where the former owner had fallen to her death. What had seemed like an accident turns to suspicion of murder as Lynn finds herself drawn into a torrid affair with a handsome beachcomber (Jeff Chandler, Ten Seconds to Hell) who may be harboring a sinister secret. Wonderfully directed by Joseph Pevney (Foxfire), Female on the Beach is a stylish showcase for Crawford’s intense performance and features a stellar cast that includes Jan Sterling (Man with a Gun), Cecil Kellaway (Marty) and Natalie Schafer (TV’s Gilligan’s Island) in key supporting roles.
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian David Del Valle, moderated by Filmmaker David DeCoteau
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Watch out for the tiny dog in Natalie Schafer's purse when she and Cecil are plotting on the beach talking about Drummy (Jeff). Near the end of the movie when Natalie shows off her new extra-dumb boytoy Ed Fury to Joan and Jeff commanding him to say "Hello" (which is probably all he can do!), tears practically run down my face with extreme enjoyment.
It helps if the viewer has a warped sense of humor and appreciates older cinema. Worth the money and time if that floats your boat. A camp classic for the ages!!! Enjoy!
I searched for this movie, and a few others, on DVD for several years but thought it would never get released, so I forgot about it for a while. I was surprised to find it brand new here and bought it right away.
Joan gives her usual intense performance. Perhaps it would've been better if the beach comber/ hustler was younger and more attractive, like the one who came to replace him at the end of the picture.
One of Joan's campiest pictures.
There is murder,mystery,ruthless neighbors and a lot more .This is one of Joan's best and similar to Autumn leaves but better.
Buy the dvd and see...This is excellent viewing, and future re -viewing....
Just one little nit pick, a couple of very flouncie 1950 dress designs she wears, is a little too young for her, yes, ok for Sandra Dee, but for a mature Crawford, h'mm, though, she nearly gets away with it, others woudn't.