Yes, it's that film. I don't think you can be a classic film fan without knowing about the chilling scene shown in the photo above, even if you've never actually seen it.
Anyway, what can I say? I was hooked from that moment on. I wanted to see more films from this talented and beautiful lady. So the next day I watched The Mating Season (1951) whose cast also boasted Thelma Ritter and Miriam Hopkins so it HAD to be pretty wonderful - and it was! Then that evening I watched Heaven Can Wait (1953) and realised that I'd actually seen it before which was a surprise. I'm not sure if I'd seen all of it but I definitely remembered certain parts. Then last night I finally watched Laura (1944), a film I'd been meaning to watch since the beginning of time. Let me just say, I WAS NOT EXPECTING ANY OF THAT! I was sat on the edge of my seat the entire film. And I have never been more repulsed in my life than by seeing Clifton Webb in a bathtub. Just no. Finally, this afternoon I watched The Left Hand of God (1955) and, whilst it's not a great film and Gene's part isn't that big, I enjoyed it. Bogart was brilliant as always and you can never go wrong when Agnes Moorehead is in the cast.
I am looking forward so much to watching more Gene films so please leave me recommendations! After I finish this post I'm going to watch Tobacco Road (1941) and perhaps I might write a review on it (any excuse to post Gene photos!). So, I'm going to say good night and leave you in peace :P