|提及的人：||Georges de La Fouchardiere|
Fritz Lang; Walter Wanger; Dudley Nichols; Milton Krasner; Arthur Hilton; Hans J Salter; Alexander Golitzen; Bernard B Brown; R A Gausman; Carl Lawrence; Travis Banton; John P Fulton; Edward G Robinson; Joan Bennett; Dan Duryea; Margaret Lindsay; Rosalind Ivan; Jess Barker; Charles Kemper; Anita Bolster; Samuel S Hinds; Vladimir Sokoloff; Arthur Loft; Russell Hicks; Georges de La Fouchardiere; André Mouëzy-Éon; Diana Productions.; Universal Pictures Corporation.; Kino International Corporation.
|注意：||Based on the novel and play "La Chienne" by Georges de La Fouchardière in collaboration with Mouëzy-Éon.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1945.
"Newly mastered from archive material preserved by the Library of Congress"--Container.
Also issued as part of the box set: Film noir, five classics from the studio vaults.
Special features: Audio commentary by David Kalat ; photo gallery (including images of deleted scenes).
|餘額：||Director of photography, Milton Krasner ; film editor, Arthur Hilton ; musical score, H.J. Salter ; art direction, Alexander Golitzen ; director of sound, Bernard B. Brown ; set decorations, Russell A. Gausman, Carl Lawrence ; costumes by Travis Banton ; special photography by John P. Fulton.|
|演員名單:||Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, Rosalind Ivan, Jess Barker, Charles Kemper, Anita Bolster, Samuel S. Hinds, Vladimir Sokoloff, Arthur Loft, Russell Hicks.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (101 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD; region 1, NTSC.|
|其他題名：||Film noir, five classics from the studio vaults.
Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street
|責任：||a Universal Picture ; Walter Wanger presents ; a Fritz Lang production ; a Diana production ; screen play by Dudley Nichols ; produced and directed by Fritz Lang.|
Chris Cross, 25 years a cashier, has a gold watch and little else. One rainy night, he rescues the delectable Kitty from her abusive boyfriend Johnny. Smitten, amateur painter Chris lets Kitty think he's a wealthy artist. At Johnny's urging, Kitty lets Chris establish her in an apartment (with his shrewish wife's money). There, Chris paints masterpieces; but Johnny sells them under Kitty's name, with disastrous and ironic results.