Phantom Lady (film)

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Ella Raines as Carol "Kansas" Richman and Alan Curtis as Scott Henderson.
Franchot Tone as Jack Marlow with Ella Raines as Carol "Kansas" Richman.

Phantom Lady is a 1944 film noir about a beautiful secretary who risks her life to try to find the elusive woman who may prove her boss didn't murder his selfish wife.

Directed by Robert Siodmak. Written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld, based on the novel by Cornell Woolrich.
The most talked about mystery in ten years!taglines

Jack Marlow[edit]

  • What a place. You can feel the rats in the walls.


Cliff Milburn: You and I are going to have fun tonight, Jeannie! Do you like jazz?
Carol Richman: You bet! I'm a hep kitten!

[Carol 'Kansas' Richman listens to a message left on a Dictaphone machine]
Scott Henderson: Hello, Kansas. Renew my membership in the Architects and Engineers Association, and call Mason Follett, the contractors, and make an appointment with them for tomorrow morning.
[Carol begins to hang up the Dictaphone's sound tube]
Scott Henderson: Uh, uh, uh, don't hang up. You know you're having dinner with me tonight, and tomorrow night, and the next night, and then every night.
[Dictabelt skips and repeats end of message]
Scott Henderson: ... every night... every night... every night.


  • The most talked about mystery in ten years!
  • IT'S UNIQUE...suspense...mystery...drama!


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