Sunday, February 13, 2011

Great On Screen Couples: Joan Bennett and Edward G Robinson.

Joan Bennett and Edward G Robinson, are one of my favorite film Noir "On Screen Couples". They performed together in two very successful film noirs: The Woman in the Window (1944), which is definitely not a predictable film. The powerful psychological mind games, is one of the best I have seen on film. I believe this film is a "gotta see", and I don't think you will be disappointed.

Their next film together, Scarlet Street (1945). The film is about a man named Chris Cross, who retires after 25 years as a cashier.One rainy night, he saves Kitty from her abusive boyfriend. As a amateur painter Chris lets Kitty think he's a wealthy artist and sets her up in a nice apartment. Chris paints masterpieces and sells them under Kitty's name, with unexpected results.

These two films are some of Joan Bennett's, best known films with the help of, Edward G Robinson's, wonderful performance, who has played many type of characters throughout his acting career..

Please click here to view Scarlet Street review.

Please click here to view Woman In The Window review.


  1. I am anxious to see their films. Never seen one of them.

  2. Monty, they are wonderful films noirs.


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