|Vintage Pulp||Nov 5 2020|
The FBI stretches its jurisdiction all the way to Morocco in 1953 thriller.
Above, two beautiful Italian posters for F.B.I. divisione criminale, originally titled La môme vert de gris, but known in the U.S. as Poison Ivy. The film was based on a Peter Cheyney novel also named Poison Ivy, and starred Eddie Constantine as an American G-man in Morocco, and Dominique Wilms as a femme fatale known as—you guessed it—Poison Ivy. We talked about the movie at length in May, so if you're curious have a look here.
ItalyFranceMoroccoCasablancaF.B.I. divisione criminaleLa môme vert de grisPoison IvyEddie ConstantineDominique WilmsPeter Cheyneyposter artcinema