Love from a Stranger (November 15, 1947)
Released on November 15, 1947: (running time 1 hour and 20 minutes) An old-maid who wins a sweepstakes fortune meets and marries a suave, well-mannered stranger who quickly sweeps her off of her feet.
Produced by James J. Geller and Bryan Foy
Directed by Richard Whorf
Written by Philip MacDonald and Frank Vosper from a story by Agatha Christie
The Actors: John Hodiak (Manuel Cortez), Sylvia Sidney (Cecily Harrington), Ann Richards (Mavis Wilson), John Howard (Nigel Lawrence), Isobel Elsom (Auntie Loo-Loo), Ernest Cossart (Billings, gardener), Philip Tonge (Doctor Horace Gribble), Anita Sharp-Bolster (Ethel, housekeeper), Frederick Worlock (Police Inspector Hobday), Phyllis Barry (waitress), Billy Bevan (taxi driver), Colin Campbell (bank teller), David Cavendish (policeman), Charles Coleman (hotel doorman), Bob Corey (cab driver), Abe Dinovitch (unknown), Eugene Eberle (hotel bellboy), John Goldsworthy (clerk), Keith Hitchcock (policeman), Donald Kerr (unknown), Nolan Leary (man in bar), Gerald Rogers (mailman)
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The Wealthy Old-Maid and the Suave Gentleman Lover
“I’m suspicious of people who don’t like dogs, but I trust a dog when it doesn’t like a person.” I cannot find the origin of that quote, but a Bill Murray parody twitter site quoted it in 2014.
Have you ever met someone and from the git-go you felt something in your spirit that caused you to feel uncomfortable? I have those feelings, both ways, when I meet some people. I go to my day-job office at 4am when nobody is around except the janitor, and work on my web sites before my day-job duties begin. One morning the owner of the janitorial service introduced me to a new fellow who would be cleaning the building, and from the first time I said, ‘hello’ to the new fellow and he responded, I felt a serene peace about the fellow and immediately liked him. After several years of seeing Mike early every morning, that feeling has been confirmed. He is one of the finest men that I have ever had the honor of knowing.
I believe that our inner-spirit can take the mark of a person very quickly, if we are sensitive enough to listen to the quiet murmurings of our spirit. In this murder thriller, an old-maid single lady wins a huge fortune in a sweepstakes, and soon after she meets a man who is seductively attracted to her. Everyone around her tells her that they have ominous feelings about the man, but he seems to be of sterling character and remarkable charm. He is suave, educated, and very much in love with the new millionaire mistress. For the wealthy spinster lady, love seems to be blind.
Soon they are married, to the chagrin of her friends, and although the new wealthy wife is madly in love with her new, sophisticated and attentive husband. She fears nothing from the man she is wildly in love with, until . . . . One Dark and Stormy Night. The lightning blazed across the sky and the thunder roared through the night as the grim reaper made his way to the small, remote cottage. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
The eyes of John Hodiak
The eyes of Sylvia Sidney
Anita Sharp-Bolster and Frederick Worlock
John Howard and Ann Richards
Sylvia Sidney and John Hodiak
Sylvia Sidney and John Howard
Sylvia Sidney and John Hodiak