Frenzy, or The Latin Quarter (October 16, 1945)
Released on October 16, 1945: Sculptor's model Christine disappears the night that her husband goes insane, and the man who was having an affair with Christine is determined to find out what happened to her.
Produced by Louis H. Jackson and Derrick De Marney
Directed by Vernon Sewell
Written by Pierre Mills, C. Vylars and Vernon Sewell
The Actors: Derrick De Marney (Charles Garrie), Frederick Valk (Doctor Ivan Krasner), Beresford Egan (Anton Minetti), Joan Greenwood (Christine 'Tina' Minetti), Joan Seton (Lucille Lindbeck), Lily Kann (Maria), Martin Miller (morgue keeper), Valentine Dyall (Prefecture of Police), Gerhard Kempinski (Sergeant of Police), Espinosa (ballet master), Margaret Clarke (ballet mistress), Bruce Winston (Jo-Jo), Anthony Hawtrey (the specialist), Rachel Brodbrar (country girl), Sybille Binder (Mademoiselle Cordova, the medium), Billy Holland (cave man), Cleo Nordi (Suzanne)
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Where is Christine?
Our adventure takes place in Paris, the mecca for artists and romantics . . . . And demented killers. As the opening music fades, the first sound that we hear is the frightened scream of a woman . . . She hears organ music . . . . Played on an organ that she knows is broken . . . . . thick dust on the keys prove that no fingers have touched them . . . . Yet the organ music continues . . . The Paris apartment of was once occupied by a sculptor who created figurines of his beautiful young wife Christine. This sculptor also had a studio, complete with another beautiful young model in a small town outside Paris. Charles Garrie, played by Derrick De Marney, is another young sculptor who falls in love with Christine the wife of the Paris sculptor, and when their affair becomes known by her husband Charles makes plans to meet Christine at the train station and leave Paris together, forever. When Christine fails to show up after going to the apartment to pack, Charles rushes to the apartment just in time to watch Paris police escort the sculptor out to a police wagon . . . . The man seems to be insane . . . . Out of his mind . . . . After he is safely inside the police wagon the body of a young woman is brought out of the apartment and taken to the morgue. Charles is heartbroken . . . . But something inside him makes him go to the morgue to look at the dead body of Christine, and when he does, he discovers that the dead girl is not Christine, but the other model that the sculptor had hidden away in a small town outside Paris . . . . So where is Christine? . . . . What has happened to Christine? . . . . Charles rents the apartment that Christine and the demented sculptor lived in, and feels that if he stays in the apartment long enough he will discover what has happened to Christine . . . . He and others hear the organ playing even though it is broken and the keys have not been touched to even brush the dust away . . . . And there is an oil lamp hanging from the ceiling that always flickers and goes out precisely at 11pm every night . . . . Anna the landlady and cleaning woman insist that there is evil in the room . . . Evil that can be felt in the soul . . . . . Mysterious evil . . . . And where is Christine? . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Beresford Egan and Rachel Brodbrar
Bruce Winston and Joan Seton
Derrick De Marney
Derrick De Marney, Joan Seton and Frederick Valk
Derrick De Marney
Derrick De Marney
Frederick Valk, Derrick De Marney and Joan Seton
Frederick Valk and Derrick De Marney
Joan Greenwood and Derrick De Marney
Joan Seton and Bruce Winston
Margaret Clarke and Beresford Egan
Sybille Binder and Frederick Valk