Over-Exposed (1956)

04/01/1956 (US) Drama 1h 20m

C-girl--curves and a camera!

Overview

This titillating bit of pulp sensationalism was the last in a string of "B" films that Cleo Moore starred in at Columbia. Moore plays Lila Crane, an ambitious clip-joint floozie turned photographer with flexible morals and a penchant for fast money.

  1. Lewis Seiler

    Director

  2. James Gunn

    Screenplay

  3. Mary Loos

    Story

  4. Richard Sale

    Story

  5. Gil Orlovitz

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Cleo Moore

    Cleo Moore

    Lily Krenshka / Lila Crane

  2. Richard Crenna

    Richard Crenna

    Russell Bassett

  3. Isobel Elsom

    Isobel Elsom

    Mrs. Payton Grange

  4. Raymond Greenleaf

    Max West, Photographer

  5. Constance Towers

    Constance Towers

    Shirley Thomas

  6. James O'Rear

    James O'Rear

    Roy Carver

  7. Donald Randolph

    Donald Randolph

    Coco Fields

  8. Dayton Lummis

    Horace Sutherland

  9. View More

Full Cast & Crew

Over-Exposed
Over-Exposed

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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Content Score

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