Crime of Passion
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Crime of Passion

84 min
Crime | Drama | Film-Noir | Thriller
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Gerd Oswald
Country: USA
Release Date: 1957-01-09
Filming Locations: RKO-Pathé Studios - 9336 Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
Crime of Passion
Sterling Hayden
Police Lt. Bill Doyle
Raymond Burr
Police Inspector Anthony (Tony) Pope
Fay Wray
Alice Pope
Virginia Grey
Sara Alidos
Royal Dano
Police Capt. Charlie Alidos
Robert Griffin
Police Sgt. James
Dennis Cross
Police Sgt. Jules
Jay Adler
Mr. Nalence
Stuart Whitman
Laboratory Technician
Malcolm Atterbury
Police Officer Spitz
Robert Quarry
Sam, Reporter
Gail Bonney
Mrs. London
Joe Conley
Delivery Boy
Patricia Merlin
Taxi Driver
Ralph Brooks
Reporter in Newspaper Office (uncredited)
Larry Carr
Bit (uncredited)
Jack Chefe
Bartender, Airport Lounge (uncredited)
Richard Collier
Reporter (uncredited)
Nan Dolan
Madelon Erin
Michael Granger
Jason, Reporter on Phone (uncredited)
Jean Howell
Mrs. Jules (uncredited)
Helen Jay
Newspaper Reader at Bar (uncredited)
Eddie Kafafian
Kenner G. Kemp
Guest at Birthday Party (uncredited)
Peg La Centra
Mrs. James (uncredited)
S. John Launer
Chief of Police (uncredited)
Hank Mann
Husband in Bed (uncredited)
Edward McNally
Detective Jones (uncredited)
Marjorie Owens
Mrs. Jones (uncredited)
Joe Ploski
Bartender in Montage (uncredited)
Alan Reynolds
Police Commissioner (uncredited)
Nancy Reynolds
Mrs. Johns (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo
Guest at Birthday Party (uncredited)
Norbert Schiller
Helpful Man in Bar (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
Policeman Writing Ticket (uncredited)
Hal Taggart
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey
Flight Departee / Restaurant Table Extra (uncredited)
Brad Trumbull
Detective Johns (uncredited)
Geraldine Wall
Justice of the Peace, Marriage Ceremony (uncredited)
Harry Wilson
Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Sally Yarnell
When Kathy calls Alice from the phone booth and hears she is leaving for Honolulu, the reflection of the cameraman is seen all through the scene on the back window of the booth (above left Kathy's head), and it moves as the camera pulls back.
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When Kathy runs her car into a pole she steps in front of the car to inspect the damage. The right front fender that bore the brunt of the impact shows it is still firmly attached. However any trace of the headlight including the hole where it would mount is missing.
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Kathy Ferguson Doyle: I hope all your socks have holes in them and I can sit for hours and hours darning them.
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Alice Pope: You said, "Bill, you better go right out and get your lunch because I've just driven up Mrs Pole's telephone Pope".
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Police Lt. Bill Doyle: [after just being married and arriving at their new home] What do you think of the neighbourhood?
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Photos from cast
Barbara Stanwyck