The Blue Dahlia

A stylish noir that teams Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. When Johnny returns from the war, he finds his wife kissing another man outside the Blue Dahlia club. He wanders into the night, but when she turns up dead, and his gun is on the scene, he's in big trouble. Written by Raymond Chandler who garnered a Best Writing Oscar nomination.

Year: 1946
Genre: Drama, Classic Drama, Classic Film Noir, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: George Marshall
Starring: Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, William Bendix
Duration: 95 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level violence.
Location in store: Classic Noir



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