December 1945: Doll Face










I knew they had short ties back in the 40s, but…




This is a B movie from that box set where all the other B movies I’ve been watching. And as usual, it’s set in a vaudeville theatre, so that the movie makers can just film a bunch of stage actors and then pretend that there’s a plot between the bits.

This has a more substantial scripts than most of these movies….

It’s not a particularly inspiring movie. I can’t even work up enough enthusiasm to dis this thing.

It’s just meh.

Doll Face. Lewis Seiler. 1945.

Popular movies in December 1945 according to IMDB:

Poster Votes Rating Movie
10378 7.9 Scarlet Street
8223 7.7 Leave Her to Heaven
511 7.5 The Red Dragon
5682 7.4 The Bells of St. Mary’s
2765 7.3 A Walk in the Sun
6031 7.3 They Were Expendable
1337 6.7 Cornered
216 6.6 Pink String and Sealing Wax
392 6.5 The Stork Club
1917 6.4 Caesar and Cleopatra

This blog post is part of the Decade series.

One thought on “December 1945: Doll Face”

  1. Isn’t that “short tie” just a bow-tie that has been loosened?
    ps. Best wishes for 2019.

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