Outrage (1950 film)
|Directed by||Ida Lupino|
|Produced by||Collier Young
|Written by||Ida Lupino
|Music by||John Franco (Didn't You Know)
|Cinematography||Louis Clyde Stoumen
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Running time||75 minutes|
Outrage is a 1950 black-and-white B-movie starring Mala Powers. It was directed by noted film noir actress and pioneering female director Ida Lupino. Lupino also wrote the film, along with the producers Malvin Wald and her then-husband Collier Young.
Outrage was both controversial and remarkable for being only the second post-Production Code Hollywood film to deal with the issue of rape—after Johnny Belinda (1948), which earned the actress who portrayed the victim, Jane Wyman, the Best Actress Academy Award.
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