Among even the hardiest of film noir fans, the movie title Blonde Ice isn't likely to bring many looks of recognition. It's a relatively obscure film, cranked out in 1948 by Film Classics, which only produced a grand total of 12 films. These films were made to fill the bottom half of double bills. They were simple little B movies, with Edgar Ulmer's Pirates of Capri being the most widely known of the lot.
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