Cinema: The New Pictures, Dec. 18, 1950

Where Danger Lives (RKO Radio) gives movie audiences, at long last, a chance to see highly publicized Faith Domergue, latest graduate of the Howard Hughes straining-bodice school of dramatic art. Hughes discovered Faith in 1941, put her into a strenuous training program for stardom. Like Jane Russell, another Hughes discovery whom she somewhat resembles, Faith bloomed unseen except in leg and torso art poses. Her first film, Vendetta, has been awaiting release since 1947.

The movie that now breaks the suspense is a chase-melodrama with little suspense of its own. Faith plays a passionate...

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