Velvet Touch ★★★ 1948
Wellengineered thriller about an actress who craftily murders her producer. A theatreloving police detective winds up accusing the wrong woman—sending the overwrought murderess into a moral tailspin. Things don't work out as you may expect. Fine acting. 97m/B VHS . Rosalind Russell, Leo Genn, Claire Trevor, Sydney Greenstreet, Leon Ames, Frank McHugh, Walter Kingsford, Dan Tobin, Lex Barker, Nydia Westman; D: John Gage; W: Leo Rosten.
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