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directed by Thorold Dickinson
starring Anton Walbrook, Diana Wyngard, Frank Pettingell, Cathleen Cordell, Robert Newton, Minnie Rayner, Jimmy Hanley, Marie Wright, Aubrey Dexter, Mary Hinton, Angus Morrison, Jack Barty, the Darmora Ballet, Katie Johnson, Johnnie Schofield
screenplay by A.R. Rawlinson, Bridget Boland, based on the play Angel Street by Patrick Hamilton


review by
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Ever since they have moved into that old house on Pimlico Square where a murder had happened 20 years ago, Bella Mallen (Diana Wyngard) has gone a bit crazy, she loses things, steals stuff without remembering it later on, and so on - well, at least her husband Paul (Anton Walbrook) tells her she does, and she believes it, too, not knowing that he mislays her stuff on purpose, hides stuff he then claims she has stolen and the like. And behind her back, he romances the parlour maid Nancy (Cathleen Cordell), just to have her on his side.

Does it all make sense?

No it doesn't, and it especially doesn't to Rough (Frank Pettingell), a former cop who stumbled upon Paul 20 years ago when the above-mentioned murder happened, not as a suspect, merely as a relative. Only, Paul had another name back then, which is enough to make him suspicious. So Rough follows Paul around one night and finds out he spends many of his nights breaking into the neighbouring house (that's currently for sale) to climb into the walled off attic of his own house. Now this would of course make no sense unless he was doing something sinister in there - like looking for a fortune in rubies his aunt (the murder victim from 20 years ago) has hidden there somewhere.

Eventually, Paul does want to have Bella committed to an asylum, and that's when Rough knows it's time to act, and he forces his way into Paul and Bella's house and confronts Paul with a few facts about his former life to catch him off guard ... but what really breaks him is that his wife has long found the rubies but hidden them in a vase and forgot all about them out of neglect.

Rough and his sidekick (Jimmy Hanley) manage to overcome Paul and tie him to a chair, but then Bella wants to talk to Paul alone, and while he tries to convince her to cut him loose, she threatens him with a knife, convincing him she has gone all insane ...


Even though Gaslight gives away a few of its key plotpoints way too soon, it's still a mighty tense and suspenseful little thriller, mainly because even with having all the facts readily presented before oneself, the whole thing is tightly constructed, tensely told, and the cast is uniformly first rate. And add to that an elegant direction and beautiful period sets and costumes that never seem to be self-serving, and you've got yourself a pretty good movie!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
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