Lulu Belle (1948) is a film released by Columbia Pictures starring Dorothy Lamour, George Montgomery, and Glenda Farrell.
Directed by Leslie Fenton, the film was an adaption of a sensational 1920s hit play by Charles MacArthur and Edward Sheldon, about a mulatto songstress, a "man-trap" who bewitched powerful men in New Orleans.
The considerably cleaned up film version of the play was about a Caucasian songbird who could not be true to her boxer beau. Although the film offered a change of pace for its star, Dorothy Lamour, it was not a success at the box office.
About a glamourous singer called lulu belle who robs her husband with her lavish lifestyle and marries another man who takes her to become famous.