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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Christofer Pierson's rating of the film The Scarf

    Suffers from overwrite-itis--B movies really shouldn't try so hard to be Shakespeare. But lovely cinematography and nice mood throughout (mostly).

  2. Brotherdeacon's rating of the film The Scarf

    As I recall, The Scarf had some nice Los Angeles locations circa 1951, also lots of psychiatry tie-ins; the regard for which Hollywood held its cynical beliefs well into the 1960s. E.A. Dupont was one of the amazing German directors who worked in Hollywood during the silent days and early talkies. His best work was probably in Germany, but The Scarf was interesting and Mercedes McCambridge wasn't such a sourpuss.