Lulu Belle recounts the rags-to-riches story of a Broadway singing sensation from the perspective of her ex-husband, George Davis (George Montgomery, Battle of the Bulge), after Lulu Belle (Dorothy Lamour, Road To Morocco) and Harry Randolph (Otto Kruger, High Noon), her rich companion, are discovered shot in her dressing room.
From her humble beginnings singing in a low rent café, to her rise as the toast of Broadway, Lulu Belle has left a trail of brokenhearted suitors in her wake. Could one of these men be responsible for the ghastly deed?
Leslie Fenton (Streets of Laredo) directs Lulu Belle from a screenplay by Everett Freeman (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty) with additional dialogue by Karl Kamb (Whispering Smith), based on the play by Charles MacArthur and Edward Sheldon, providing a showcase for Dorothy Lamour’s proven dramatic acting and singing talents. Supporting roles include Glenda Farrell (Little Caesar), Albert Dekker (East of Eden), Greg McClure (Bury Me Dead), Addison Richards (The Pride of The Yankees) and Charlotte Wynters (Pride of The Navy).
Release Date: November 15, 2016
Country: United States
Runtime: 87 minutes
Year Filmed: 1948
Screen: 1.37:1 Aspect Ratio; B&W