Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Fallen Angel (1945)

Episode #26

20th Century Fox released Fallen Angel on March 20, 1946. Otto Preminger directed the film starring Alice Faye, Dana Andrews, and Linda Darnell.

‘Fallen Angel’ Plot Summary

Eric Stanton is a penniless drifter who finds himself stuck halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco in the small town of Walton. There he falls for a waitress named Stella. However, she won’t marry any man who can’t buy her a house, and she knows Stanton’s dead broke. Needing to make a lot of money quick, Stanton puts the con on a wealthy local girl named June, whom he plans to rob and then divorce. His plans go awry when Stella turns up dead, and he’s the cop’s prime suspect.

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