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Shelley Winters

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Double Life, ADouble Life, A (1947)
Dir. George Cukor
Feat. Ronald Colman, Signe Hasso, Shelley Winters
Ronald Colman won a Best Actor Oscar as a Broadway idol who immerses himself in the role of Othello and allows his off–stage cruel streak to…
Cry of the CityCry of the City (1948) Recommended
Dir. Robert Siodmak
Feat. Victor Mature, Richard Conte, Fred Clark
Dying cop–killer Conte refuses to confess to a crime, and worries that childhood friend turned flinty cop Mature, will implicate his girlfriend…
Great Gatsby, TheGreat Gatsby, The (1949)
Dir. Elliott Nugent
Feat. Alan Ladd, Betty Field, Macdonald Carey
The second adaptation of the literary classic has the miscast Alan Ladd as the mysterious Long Islander.
Winchester '73Winchester '73 (1950) Recommended
Dir. Anthony Mann
Feat. James Stewart, Shelley Winters
Lean, mean, and superbly photographed, this helped repopularise the Western in the '50s. Stewart wins a rare 'perfect' rifle, which is subsequently…
Place in the Sun, APlace in the Sun, A (1951) Recommended
Dir. George Stevens
Feat. Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelley Winters
Montgomery Clift excels as a penniless youth whose determination to win the heart of socialite Elizabeth Taylor (in her debut as an adult actress) is…
He Ran All The WayHe Ran All The Way (1951)
Dir. John Berry
Feat. John Garfield, Shelley Winters, Wallace Ford
Tense film noir features John Garfield as a bank robber on the run and Shelly Winters as the woman who takes him into her home. Garfield's final…
Night of the Hunter, TheNight of the Hunter, The (1955) Recommended
Dir. Charles Laughton
Feat. Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Lillian Gish
A disturbing yet poetic masterpiece in which Robert Mitchum is mighty mean as a psychopathic preacher pursuing two runaways across the American…
Big Knife, TheBig Knife, The (1955) Recommended
Dir. Robert Aldrich
Feat. Jack Palance, Ida Lupino, Rod Steiger
Lurid expose of the Hollywood 'studio system' from the melodramatic pen of playwright Clifford Odets. Palance shows a rare vulnerability as a…
I Died A Thousand TimesI Died A Thousand Times (1955)
Dir. Stuart Heisler
Feat. Jack Palance, Shelley Winters, Lee Marvin
Enjoyable remake of High Sierra that benefits from a fantastic cast and a rousing finale. Look for a young and uncredited Dennis Hopper.
I am a CameraI am a Camera (1955)
Dir. Henry Cornelius
Feat. Julie Harris, Laurence Harvey, Shelley Winters
Dreary drama is the original "Cabaret". Julie Harris gives a somewhat overheated portrayal of Sally Bowles, the bawdy nightclub entertainer in…

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