|Genres||Crime Drama Film-Noir|
|Writers||Jo Eisinger (original story and screenplay)
|Cast||Barbara Stanwyck Sterling Hayden Raymond Burr Fay Wray Virginia Grey Royal Dano Robert Griffin Dennis Cross Jay Adler Stuart Whitman Malcolm Atterbury Robert Quarry Gail Bonney Joe Conley|
|Plot||Kathy is a smart and tough 1950's advice columnist at a San Francisco newspaper, with her name plastered on billboards all over the city. One day, Bill Doyle, a Los Angeles detective, walks into her office - it is instant attraction. After marrying Bill, Kathy gives up her career and becomes a homemaker. However, she is not your typical 1950's homemaker. After hosting several cocktail parties in their San Fernando Valley home, she realizes that Bill is content with his position, and shows no ambition in furthering himself. Kathy will not sit idly by while everyone around her is "moving up in the world". She personally takes upon herself the task of pushing Bill's career along, even if it comes down to murder.... see Crime of Passion on IMDb|
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|Barbara Stanwyck soars in a "rafter-rattling portrayal of a homicidal housewife" (The New York Times) in this "exciting, taut" (Motion Picture Daily) thriller about wanting it allandstopping at nothing to get it. A most unusual story for its time, Crime of Passion delivers nail-biting suspense, shocking plot twists and a 1950s anti-heroine you won't soon forget! Advice columnist Kathy Ferguson (Stanwyck) abandons her successful career when she marries police detective Bill Doyle (Sterling Hayden). But her new role as a 1950s suburban homemaker quickly stiflesher spirit, and she transfers her thwarted ambition to her husband's career, scheming to push Bill up the ladder by any means necessary even murder!|
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