|Genre: Thriller, Film-Noir, Drama, Infidelity, Love Triangle, Gangsters, Betrayal, Love, Revenge, Erotic, Marriage, Cult Classic, Murder, Femme Fatale|
Tagline: There NEVER was a woman like Gilda!
Plot: GILDA is the film that gave the world the indelible image of Rita Hayworth in that tight gown, lovingly removing that long glove as she sings, "Put the Blame on Mame." That's enough to justify a viewing, but the film has more, including a bewitched, bothered, etc., performance by a never-better Glenn Ford. GILDA is an intricate noir in which Hayworth, as the titular femme fatale, is placed by her mobster club-owner husband in the care of Ford, a small-time hood who also happens to be her ex-lover.
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Hans Christian Andersen, Love Me or Leave Me, Cover Girl
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The Killing, Sergeant York, The Petrified Forest
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