Marked Woman
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Bette Davis' famous walk-out from her home studio of Warner Bros. may have hurt her financially, but in the long run it paid off with bigger parts in better films. Like many Warners films of the period, Marked Woman was "torn from today's headlines." Specifically, it was inspired by the recent downfall of gangster Lucky Luciano, who at one time controlled all prostitution activities in New York. The ladies herein are euphemistically characterized as "night club hostesses," but when Luciano look-alike Johnny Vanning (Eduardo Cianelli) shows up at a fancy clip-joint… More
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"Bristling crime drama torn from the day's headlines."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Hard hitting Warner Bros. gangland drama with a dream cast."
‑ Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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