Glenn Ford stars as a trainman pulled into sex and murder in Fritz Lang's adaptation of Zola's La Bete Humaine, Human Desire (1954).
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Director Fritz Lang with some exposition, engineer Jeff (Glenn Ford) just back from Korea, wrapping up a shift with buddy Alec (Edgar Buchanan) and the boss (Carl Lee), spotting old acquaintance Carl (Broderick Crawford), in Human Desire, 1954, from an Emile Zola novel.
Vicki (Gloria Grahame) on the train, coerced by her husband (Broderick Crawford) to help conceal the murder he's just committed, by distracting off-duty engineer Jeff (Glenn Ford), in Fritz Lang's Human Desire, 1954.
First scene for Gloria Grahame as 'Vicki,' her husband Carl (Broderick Crawford) arriving home from the rail yard to tell her he's been fired, in Fritz Lang's Human Desire, 1954, from an an Emile Zola novel also filmed by Jean Renoir as La Bete Humaine.
The second trailer for Human Desire. Hard-drinking Carl Buckley is a railroad worker fired from his job. His seductive wife pays a visit to a railroad official to try to get his job back. When Buckley suspects that his sexy, younger wife Vicki (Grahame) has done more than just talk with a railroad official, he first brutally beats her then he tracks down the railroad man and eventually stabs him to death in a jealous rage. Train conductor, and Korean War vet, Jeff Warren (Ford) knows that Vicki was a witness at the murder scene, but because of mutual attraction, refuses to testify against her. The two begin an affair with each other. Vicki then decides Warren should kill her violent husband and comes up with a plan.
The trailer for Human Desire. Engineer Jeff, returning from Japan, falls in Love with his co-worker Carl's wife Vicky, who both committed a murder. Naturally Carl gets jealous but can't say a thing because Jeff knows a little bit about the case.
Bud tries to date an older woman named Marisa by lying about his age. However, things get sticky when Marissa wants to go to an exclusive restaurant.
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