Scarlet Street

The things she does to men can end only one way - in murder!

Genres: Drama, Thriller
Cashier and part-time starving artist Christopher Cross is absolutely smitten with the beautiful Kitty March. Kitty plays along, but she's really only interested in Johnny, a two-bit crook. When Kitty and Johnny find out that art dealers are interested in Chris's work, they con him into letting Kitty take credit for the paintings. Cross allows it because he is in love with Kitty, but his love will only let her get away with so much.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1945-12-25
Run time: 103 minute / 1:43
Budget: $1,202,000
Revenue: $2,948,500
Director: Fritz Lang
Writer: Dudley Nichols
Production Companies : Diana Productions, Inc., Fritz Lang Productions
Production Country: United States of America


Edward G. Robinson
as Christopher Cross
Joan Bennett
as Katharine 'Kitty' March
Dan Duryea
as Johnny Prince
Margaret Lindsay
as Millie Ray
Jess Barker
as David Janeway
Rosalind Ivan
as Adele Cross
Charles Kemper
as Patch-eye Higgins
Anita Sharp-Bolster
as Mrs. Michaels
Samuel S. Hinds
as Charles Pringle
Vladimir Sokoloff
as Pop LeJon
Arthur Loft
as Dellarowe
Russell Hicks
as J.J. Hogarth
Richard Abbott
as Critic at Gallery (uncredited)
Rodney Bell
as Barney (uncredited)
Richard Cramer
as Principal Keeper (uncredited)
Dick Curtis
as Detective (uncredited)
Tom Daly
as Penny - Bartender (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing
as Policeman (uncredited)
Joe Devlin
as Joe Williams, Morning World (uncredited)
Tom Dillon
as Policeman (uncredited)
William Hall
as Policeman (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm
as Policeman (uncredited)
Neal Dodd
as Priest (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn
as First Policeman in Park (uncredited)
Fred Essler
as Marchetti (uncredited)
Lance Fuller
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Gus Glassmire
as Employee (uncredited)
Sherry Hall
as Employee (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee
as Employee (uncredited)
Ralph Littlefield
as Employee (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell
as Employee (uncredited)
Arthur Gould-Porter
as Critic at Gallery (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Critic at Gallery (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton
as Chauffeur (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
as Bellboy (uncredited)
Thomas E. Jackson
as Chief of Detectives (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Detective (uncredited)
Dick Wessel
as Detective (uncredited)
Cy Kendall
as Nick (uncredited)
Fritz Leiber
as Evangelist (uncredited)
George Lloyd
as Vince Conway, Ledger (uncredited)
Lou Lubin
as Tiny - Bartender (uncredited)
George Meader
as Holliday (uncredited)
Horace Murphy
as Milkman (uncredited)
Clarence Muse
as Ben - Bank Janitor (uncredited)
Lee Phelps
as First Policeman in Hogarth's Office (uncredited)
Rose Plumer
as Knitting Woman in Lobby (uncredited)
Constance Purdy
as Matron (uncredited)
Beatrice Roberts
as Secretary (uncredited)
Dewey Robinson
as Derelict Saving Cross (uncredited)
Syd Saylor
as Tom Crocker, Evening Globe (uncredited)
Wallace Scott
as Drunk (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan
as Prosecutor (uncredited)
Matt Willis
as Policeman in Hogarth's Office (uncredited)
Charles C. Wilson
as Watchman (uncredited)
Will Wright
as Globe Loan Office Manager (uncredited)
Amzie Strickland
as Woman (uncredited)
John Barton
as Hurdy-Gurdy Man (uncredited)
Fritz Lang Director

Fritz Lang Producer
Walter Wanger Executive Producer

Arthur Hilton Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Travis Banton Costume Designer

Glenn E. Anderson Sound

Milton Krasner Director of Photography

Alexander Golitzen Art Direction
Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration

Dudley Nichols Screenplay

Bernard B. Brown Sound Director

Costume & Make-Up
Jack Pierce Makeup Artist
Carmen Dirigo Hairstylist

Hans J. Salter Original Music Composer

Visual Effects
John P. Fulton Visual Effects

Georges de La Fouchardière Novel
André Mouézy-Éon Novel

Melville Shyer Assistant Director

Carl Lawrence Set Decoration

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