For On Joan Crawford and Sudden Fear


Joan Crawford got her third (and final) Oscar nomination for her performance in 1952’s Sudden Fear, a film I’ve wrote about ad nauseum, here and elsewhere. The film has been restored and is starting a short theatrical run at the Film Forum here in New York.

The noir elements have been discussed to death (and they are magnificent) that I decided to focus only on Crawford’s brilliant performance for my piece on the film on

World-Class Acting: On Joan Crawford and Sudden Fear.

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1 Response to For On Joan Crawford and Sudden Fear

  1. Count me envious of those near enough to take it in on the big screen!

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