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Gilda is a American film noir directed by Charles Vidor and starring Rita Hayworth in her signature role as the ultimate femme fatale and Glenn Ford as a . Drama Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford in Gilda () Rita Hayworth in Gilda ( ) Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford in Gilda () · See all photos». Learn more. Gilda () contains the most famous role and peak performance of WWII's GI " love goddess," the beautiful, alluring, and provocative, red-haired pin-up Rita.
7 Nov In this film noir, Rita Hayworth stars as the sexy wife of crippled casino owner George Macready. She is also the former love of gambler Glenn. When Johnny Farrell, a callous young gambler new to the Argentine, is held up in a dark alleyway by a thief who demands his money or his life, a sinister man. Buenos Aires casino manager Johnny (Glenn Ford), happy to greet his still-new boss Mundson.
21 Jul Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford star in a sultry film noir set in wartime Buenos Aires. “Gilda, are you decent?” Rita Hayworth tosses her hair back and slyly responds, “ Me?” in one of the great star entrances in movie history. Gilda, directed by. But their friendship based on mutual lack of scruples is strained when Mundson returns from a trip with a wife: the supremely desirable Gilda, whom Johnny once . 16 Jan More than perhaps any other film in history, Gilda is best known for a never seen the movie—which was originally released in , and now. But Gilda is the only one with the dame front and center, and for good reason. Rita Hayworth shimmers in the classic, which spins on a tortured plot.
2 Mar Gilda () on The Midnight Palace | Film Title: Gilda Year: Studio: Columbia Pictures Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Film Noir Starring. 7 Mar Viewed from a modernist perspective, Charles Vidor's Gilda is an ultra erotic film and a classic noir, featuring Rita Hayworth at her most. 2 Aug Gilda. USA. Directed by Charles Vidor. min. Screenplay by Marion Parsonnet. With Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready. I chose Gilda as noir of the week because even though it's highly acclaimed it seems to me it's not regarded as the classic I think it is. Hopefully you've all seen it.