A Cold Wind in August
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"A Cold Wind in August" is a low-budget independent film directed by Alexander Singer and adapted from the eponymous novel by Burton Wohl. The film stars a Lola Albright as a mentally unbalanced burlesque show stripper in her thirties who becomes involved in a torrid romance with a 17-year old boy played by Scott Marlowe. In reality, Marlowe was only seven years Albright's junior.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- cinematography by Floyd Crosby
- music by Gerald Fried
- genres: Film adaptation, Indie film, Romance Film, Drama
- released on (53 years ago)
"A cold wind in August" is a book by Burton Wohl.
- subject: Popular literature
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by Thomas S. Hischak
A Cold Wind in August is an engrossing movie about an ex-stripper and prostitute (Lola Albright) who slips into a passionate affair with a teenage boy (Scott Marlowe). Fried scores the love scenes with edgy and disturbing jazz rather than ...
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