Slightly Scarlet (1956): Driven by blind ambition, fast-talking publicity man Ben Grace (John Payne) ha found a way to smear the reputation of "reform" mayoral candidate Frank Jansen (Kent Taylor). He will do so by exposing Jansen's red-haired girlfriend, June (Rhonda Fleming), with her man-hungry kleptomaniac sister, Dorothy (Arlene Dahl), who also happens to be a convict out on parole.
Naked Kiss (1964): Kelly, a prostitute who tires of her city syndicate and seeks to forget her past, arrive in the small town of Grantville and obtains a job at the Children's Orthopedic Hospital as a nurses' aid. At once, in the small town, she is caught up in a romantic whirl, first with a police chief who wants her for what she used to be, and then with his best friend, the town's millionaire, who, even though aware of her former life, begs her to marry him.
Blonde Ice (1948): BLONDE ICE tells the bizarre tale of a beautiful society columnist whose desire for money and position turn her into a serial killer – a story most Hollywood studios of the 1940's wouldn't touch! The tagline "ICE in her veins – ICICLES in her heart" perfectly describes Claire Cummins as she eagerly seduces rich and powerful men.
Commentary by Jay Fenton, Film Restoration