The Late Edwina Black (February 5, 1952)

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The Late Edwina Black
 

Released on February 5, 1952: When the wealthy invalid wife of a school teacher dies by poison, suspicion falls on her husband and his lover.

Produced by Ernest Gartside

Directed by Maurice Elvey

The Actors: David Farrar (Gregory Black), Geraldine Fitzgerald (Elizabeth Graham), Roland Culver (Inspector Martin), Jean Cadell (Ellen), Mary Merrall (Lady Southdale), Harcourt Williams (Doctor Septimus Prendergast), Charles Heslop (Vicar), Ronald Adam (headmaster), Sydney Moncton (Horace), Irene Arnaud (unknown), Ernest Metcalfe (unknown)

 

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The Lovers . . . and the Killer

Gregory and Elizabeth fell deeply in love soon after they met. The kind of love that is everlasting . . . Two souls that quickly become one . . . Two lives that cannot understand how they lived before they met . . . . Love is a wonderful thing . . . . But when murder intrudes, the love may be strained . . . alas . . . One of the lovers may indeed be a killer. You see, Gregory has an invalid wife, and Elizabeth has been hired to be her companion . . . and as our story opens Edwina Black, the invalid wife of Gregory dies, and now Gregory and Elizabeth can express their hidden love in the open. They can get married, they can visit Italy on a whirlwind honeymoon . . . . Isn't love wonderful? . . . On the day of their departure to get married and go off on an Italian honeymoon they are visited by Inspector Martin from Scotland Yard. It seems that Gregory's wife Edwina was killed by an overdose of poison. Soon Gregory is suspicious that Elizabeth has murdered his invalid wife . . . And Elizabeth is suspicious that Gregory has done off his invalid wife . . . and the Inspector from Scotland Yard? . . . He is discovering evidence that points to both of them . . . . Ah . . . . Sweet Love . . . . Suddenly turned to mysterious horror . . . In addition to the suspicions of Gregory and Elizabeth there is something else happening in the big empty house that invalid Edwina Black perished in . . . . In the dark of the night doors are slamming . . . . Lights are wavering . . . sounds that could be the ghostly Edwina roaming the house that she died in. Two lovers suddenly afraid of each other, and a ghost roaming the big house . . . . We are in for one very horrifying love story . . . complete with murder and then ghostly horror in the darkness of the night. Who Really Killed Edwina Black? Will death visit the dark mansion again? What will happen to that everlasting love that nothing could destroy? Who drank all the Port Wine . . . . And what the heck did the Inspector discover in the coach house? Can you hear the wind chimes? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with lots of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles Heslop and Mary Merrall
Charles Heslop and Mary Merrall
Charles Heslop
Charles Heslop
David Farrar and Geraldine Fitzgerald
David Farrar and Geraldine Fitzgerald
David Farrar and Geraldine Fitzgerald
David Farrar and Geraldine Fitzgerald
David Farrar
David Farrar
David Farrar
David Farrar
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald and David Farrar
Geraldine Fitzgerald and David Farrar
Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jean Cadell and Roland Culver
Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jean Cadell and Roland Culver
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Harcourt Williams and David Farrar
Harcourt Williams and David Farrar
Harcourt Williams
Harcourt Williams
Jean Cadell
Jean Cadell
Jean Cadell and Roland Culver
Jean Cadell and Roland Culver
Jean Cadell with her tea
Jean Cadell with her tea
Jean Cadell
Jean Cadell
Mary Merrall
Mary Merrall
Mary Merrall
Mary Merrall
Roland Culver
Roland Culver
Roland Culver and Jean Cadell
Roland Culver and Jean Cadell
Roland Culver
Roland Culver
Ronald Adam and David Farrar
Ronald Adam and David Farrar