Lizabeth Scott - femme fatale of film noir- look at the hair! We love!

Lizabeth Scott for Dead Reckoning directed by John Cromwell, 1947

Lizabeth Scott in a publicity still for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

Lizabeth Scott, publicity still for "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers", 1946

Lizabeth Scott in Pitfall, 1948

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Lizabeth Scott, ca. 1940s

28 Actresses From The Golden Age Of Hollywood, Is Disarmingly Beautiful.

DEAD RECKONING FOR HUMPHREY BOGART AND LIZABETH SCOTT. THE HOKEY POKEY MAN AND AN INSANE HAWKER OF FISH BY CONNIE DURAND. AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE.

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Lizabeth Scott and Humphrey Bogart in "Dead Reckoning" which debuted on Jan. photo courtesy of The Humphrey Bogart Estate.

Film noir actress Lizabeth Scott by Bud Fraker, 1940s  via sparklejamesysparkle

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.Lizabeth Scott photographed by A.L. “Whitey” Schafer for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

Lizabeth Scott photographed by A. “Whitey” Schafer for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946

a-moment-in-time-87:  Publicity still of Lizabeth Scott in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)

Publicity still of Lizabeth Scott in The Strange Love of Martha Ivers ("O Tempo Não Apaga", Film-Noir.

The world knows her as Lizabeth Scott, (1922 - 2015) the husky-voiced femme fatale and noir babe. But she was born Emma Matzo of Scranton Pa. Her best film is “Dead Reckoning” ('47).

The ultimate femme fatale, Lizabeth Scott costars in "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers" with Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin. Watch this film noir classic for FREE!

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Old Hollywood glamour, mirror mirror, looking glass Lizabeth Scott reflection

Lizabeth Scott, 1945

Too Late for Tears Film noir directed by Byron Haskin. Cast: Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea. The screenplay was written by Roy Huggi.

lizabeth-scott: “Lizabeth Scott and Humphrey Bogart in Dead Reckoning, 1947 ”

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Film-noir era of the 1940s and 1950s femme fatale Another frequently cited example is the character Jane played by Lizabeth Scott in Too Late for Tears (1949); during her quest to keep some dirty money from its rightful recipient and her husband, she uses poison, lies, sexual teasing and a gun to keep men wrapped around her finger.

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Lizbeth Scott, 1940s. Not sure what film this is from, but the dress is great.

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Lizabeth Scott 1945, such an underrated film noir actress - Best film "Dead Reckoning" 1947.

Lizabeth Scott such an underrated film noir actress - Best film "Dead Reckoning"

Lizabeth Scott, Actress: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers. Lizabeth Scott was…

Lizabeth Scott, Actress: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers. Lizabeth Scott was…

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