Great Flamarion (1945)
Release Date: Jan 1, 1945 Wide
Average Rating: 3.3/5
User Ratings: 34
This ambitious independent production was packaged by producer W. Lee Wilder, brother of Billy Wilder, and distributed by Republic. The title character, played with relish (and a bit of mustard) by Erich Von Stroheim, is an arrogant vaudeville artiste specializing in a trick-gunshot act. A dyed-in-the-wool misogynist, Flamarion at first pays little attention to his beautiful assistant Connie (Mary Beth Hughes)-just as well, since Connie is already married to Flamarion's other assistant, Al
Jan 1, 1945 Wide
Mary Beth Hughes
Erich von Stroheim
The Great Flamarion
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[T]he film stands out for its pessimistic view of sex and its willingness to admit that our impulses sometimes ask us to act against our better judgments.
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