The girl in the red velvet swing, Twentieth Century Fox presents a Cinemascope picture ; produced by Charles Brackett ; written by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett ; directed by Richard Fleischer
The work The girl in the red velvet swing, Twentieth Century Fox presents a Cinemascope picture ; produced by Charles Brackett ; written by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett ; directed by Richard Fleischer represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Jacksonville Public Library.

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  • p3WuXSBkExI
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • The girl in the red velvet swing, Twentieth Century Fox presents a Cinemascope picture ; produced by Charles Brackett ; written by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett ; directed by Richard Fleischer
Main title
  • The girl in the red velvet swing
Responsibility statement
  • Twentieth Century Fox presents a Cinemascope picture ; produced by Charles Brackett ; written by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett ; directed by Richard Fleischer
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Evelyn Nesbit is young, beautiful and the object of much affection. But she only has eyes for older, suave Stanford White. Despite White's marriage and their significant age difference, they become secret lovers until White decides it is best to break off the affair. Desperate to remain close to her true love, Evelyn decides to marry Harry K. Thaw, a competitor of White's. But haunted by his new wife's past, Thaw won't rest until he make sure he is the only man in her life
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 124070529
Runtime
  • 109
Series statement
  • Cinema classics collection
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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