Rita Hayworth (title character) with her famous strip-tease number, aftermath making clear that she's drunk and distraught after clashing with new husband Johnny (Glenn Ford), nearing the climax in Gilda, 1946.
Carnival night in Buenos Aires, Rita Hayworth (title character), wife of the boss, taunts casino manager Johnny (Glenn Ford) on the dance floor, cop Obregon (Joseph Calleia) warning of trouble and assistant Casey (Joe Sawyer) delivering news, in Gilda, 1946.
Buenos Aires casino manager Johnny (Glenn Ford), happy to greet boss Mundson (George MacReady) returning from abroad, shocked by director Charles Vidor's famous shot, arguably inventing the modern camera-turn, introducing Rita Hayworth (title character), in Gilda, 1946.
Ballin (George MacReady) leaves new wife Rita Hayworth (title character) and employee Johnny (Glenn Ford) alone for the first time, Delgado (Gerald Mohr) and Obregon (Joseph Calleia) cutting in, early in Gilda, 1946.
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