The rival club performers are played excellently by Jean Brooks [who also starred in Lewton's The Seventh Victim] and Margo [just Margo]. They play off each other perfectly and this is the heart and soul of the movie. The rest of the cast is solid as well.
This is a classic 1940's style thriller that may seem quite tame by today's standards. However, there is no arguing this is a well made film which showcases Lewton's ability to make films that look like they have much bigger budgets than they do. If you like Lewton's other films, you will definitely like this one.
RATING: Very Good.
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