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Female on the Beach (1955)

aka Female on the Beach

"Never has a woman loved so deeply . . . Or so dangerously!"

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Details: 97 mins · English


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Small Lynn Markham
Small Drummond Hall
Small Amy Rawlinson
Small Osbert Sorenson
No_movie_poster Eloise Crandall
Small Police Lieutenant Galley
Small Queenie Sorenson
No_movie_poster Frankovitch
Small Mrs. Murchison


No_movie_poster Charles Lang Director of Photography
Small Joseph Pevney Director
No_movie_poster Russell F. Schoengarth Editor
No_movie_poster Albert Zugsmith Producer
No_movie_poster Richard Alan Simmons Screenplay
No_movie_poster Robert Hill Theatre Play


"Never has a woman loved so deeply . . . Or so dangerously!"


Lynn Markham (Crawford) visits a beach house that once belonged to her dead husband. There, she meets real estate agent Amy Rawlinson (Jan Sterling) and Drummond "Drummy" Hall (Chandler), an attractive beach bum who wanders in and out of the house as though he owned it.

Lynn learns the house was once rented to Eloise Crandall (Judith Evelyn), an older woman whose cause of death (suicide, accident, or murder) remains undetermined. Lynn later discovers "Drummy" is the accomplice of card sharps Osbert and Queenie Sorenson (Cecil Kellaway and Natalie Schafer), and that he heartlessly pursued Crandall in order to set her up for card games with the Sorensons.

Lynn's physical attraction to Drummy is overpowering and she marries him. Events on their honeymoon lead Lynn to believe he murdered Eloise. It transpires, however, that Amy Rawlinson killed Crandall because she wanted Drummy for herself.