I don't know if the attachment in that last post of yours was an example or a "Name that movie" thang, but just in case, that's from Casablanca.
That was meant to be an informative picture of Lotte Palfi Andor. From the IMDB:
Was an aspiring Jewish stage actress in Germany and had to flee in 1934 with her first husband, the cutter (film editor) Victor Palfi, after the Nazis came to power. She played only bit parts in Hollywood, many of them uncredited. Her most memorable roles were in Casablanca (1942), where she was "the woman who has to sell her diamonds" in order to escape the Nazis and in Marathon Man (1976), where she was "the woman on 47th street," chasing a Nazi who is trying to escape with robbed diamonds.
In 1943, she married the German-American actor Wolfgang Zilzer (stage name: Paul Andor), who had been the "man with expired papers" in Casablanca (1942). The couple divorced in old age when the American-born Zizler wanted to die in Germany and his wife refused to return to her native country.
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I've put it in my queue though, so thanks! I'm not a big Robert Altman fan, but I keep trying.
Then I bet I know what it is, but I guess I have to wait.
If you liked Repulsion or The Tenant you should like Images. It's one of the absolutely craziest of the crazy movies. It was so off-putting that Columbia decided to not even release it. It made the round of art-house theaters a few years later. It has a considerable cult following.
Only because I recently watched the BD release. I think Bill reviewed it also. I rather liked it, it appealed to my darker side.
I've never seen it. Is it the one with Burt Lancaster?
Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood
The Killing of Sister George?
That's it! You spotted Susannah York the first time.
Robert Aldrich had two tracks: (1) war movies, (2) psycho-women. This sounds like a thriller but the title is misleading. Sister George is a soap opera character and when she is written out the actress becomes distraught. Notorious at the time for lesbian content (invented in the 1960s, you know) and passion.
The woman on the left in the second picture below was later Mrs Vincent Price. Coral Browne.