Barbara Stanwyck is an enduring legend. Stanwyck has such an extensive and varied resume I’m sure I can’t do it just here. I will attempt just the highlights. Until I started my great film adventure I knew Stanwyck primarily as Victoria Barkley on “The Big Valley” (1965) TV show. However, there is so much more than that.
Stanwyck was born in 1907 in Brooklyn, New York.
She was an active actress for almost 60 years. It is reported that she was always professional and very easy to work with. That a formula for work success that more people should strive for today.
Stanwyck was in a lot of westerns such as Union Pacific (1939) and The Violent Men (1955). She took on dramas such as Forbidden (1932) and Stella Dallas (1937). In the comedy
When Stanwyck died in 1990, she had performed in 93 movies.
|Reviewed Barbara Stanwyck Films|
|Double Indemnity (1944)|
|The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)|
|The Violent Men (1955)|
|Crime of Passion (1957)|