Tag: ida lupino

DameStruck: Not Wanted (1949)

Not Wanted is something of an outlier in director Ida Lupino’s oeuvre because she was actually brought in to finish the film when original director Elmer Clifton became dangerously ill. How much of the film Lupino directed is therefore up for debate, but she also holds writing credit […]

DameStruck: The Bigamist (1953)

We talk a lot about female directors on Citizen Dame – as we should, because female directors are amazing. And first among the greats is Ida Lupino, nicknamed “Mother of Us All” on her sets. Lupino was best known for her noir performances as an actress, but she […]