The Red House (March 16, 1947)

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The Red House
 

Released on April 18, 1947: A young man and girl search for the red house in Ox Head woods, and the terrifying secret that it holds.

Produced by Sol Lesser

Directed by Delmer Daves

The Actors: Edward G. Robinson (Pete Morgan), Lon McCallister (Nath Storm), Judith Anderson (Ellen Morgan), Rory Calhoun (bank teller), Allene Roberts (Meg), Julie London (Tibby Renton), Ona Munson (Mrs. Storm), Harry Shannon (Dr. Byrne), Arthur Space (the Sheriff), Pat Flaherty (motorcycle cop), Walter Sande (Don Brent)

 

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Screams in the Night, Screams You Cannot Escape

Life is so simple and peaceful in the rural heartland of America. Full of honest working farm folk wrestling a living out of God’s green earth on remote farms surrounding small villages. Usually as close to heaven on earth as man can get.

As our adventure opens we meet two young girls and a young fellow getting on the school bus and heading to their farm homes. It is their senior year and soon they will graduate and begin to make a life for themselves. One of the girls is sexily flirting with the boy while the other girl sits quietly and sadly next to them. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the quiet farm girl is in love with the fellow, but what chance does she have as long as the sexy, fast-working and scheming blonde girl bats her long eyelashes at him. When the sexy girl gets off the school bus the shy girl starts talking to the boy, asking him if he would get off the bus at her stop because her father would like to talk with him.

When the young boy meets Pete Morgan he is offered a job helping with the farm chores, and the boy agrees. Pete Morgan has a wooden leg and can’t keep up with the farm work by himself anymore and could sure use the young boy’s help. Pete lives in the remote farm house with his sister Ellen and young Meg, the shy girl. Meg’s parents died when Meg was a baby so Pete and his sister Ellen brought her up on their farm. After a couple hours of work the young boy enjoys a sumptuous dinner with them and as darkness falls the young boy gets ready to walk the long way to his own home. He tells Pete that he will take the shortcut through the Ox Head woods because it will get him home an hour earlier than the long walk around the country dirt roads. When Pete Morgan hears that the young boy wants to walk straight through the woods his face turns ashen and hs mood is dark. He earnestly advises the young man to take the longer walk around the woods, because there is great danger in the Ox Head woods. Pete tells the boy to never, ever, ever go into the Ox Head woods after dark because of the screams . . . . Screams in the night that will lodge in your bones for the rest of your life. Screams from the Red House.

The young boy is a strapping strong country boy, and fears nothing. Like most young teens, he feels invincible. He ignores the advice from Pete and heads off into the dark forest. The boy isn’t far into the woods before he stops in fear . . . Fear that chills him to his bones . . . He turns and runs . . . . He runs fast and hard . . . . He runs back to the Morgan farm and into the safety of the barn, sleeping till morning in the safety of the Morgan Barn.

The boy no longer has the courage of an invincible man . . . He has learned fear. He has felt the cold chill of death. But he does have enough courage to search for the secret of the Red House in the daylight . . . He has the courage and the curiosity to search the woods in the daylight . . . . Searching for the Red House and an answer for the screams in the night.

Life is so simple and peaceful in the rural heartland of America. Full of honest working farm folk wrestling a living out of God’s green earth on remote farms surrounding small villages. But sometimes it is as close to hell on earth as man can get. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts
Lon McCallister
Lon McCallister
Julie London
Julie London
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts, Julie London and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts, Julie London and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts and Edward G. Robinson
Allene Roberts and Edward G. Robinson
Allene Roberts and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts and Lon McCallister
Allene Roberts
Allene Roberts
Edward G. Robinson and Allene Roberts
Edward G. Robinson and Allene Roberts
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson, Alene Roberts and Judith Anderson
Edward G. Robinson, Alene Roberts and Judith Anderson
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
Harry Shannon
Harry Shannon
Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson and Allene Roberts
Judith Anderson and Allene Roberts
Judith Anderson, Edward G. Robinson, Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Judith Anderson, Edward G. Robinson, Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Judith Anderson and Edward G. Robinson
Judith Anderson and Edward G. Robinson
Judith Anderson, Lon McCallister and Julie London
Judith Anderson, Lon McCallister and Julie London
Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson
Julie London
Julie London
Julie London and Lon McCallister
Julie London and Lon McCallister
Julie London and Lon McCallister
Julie London and Lon McCallister
Julie London kisses Lon McCallister
Julie London kisses Lon McCallister
Julie London
Julie London
Lon McCallister
Lon McCallister
Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Lon McCallister and Allene Roberts
Lon McCallister
Lon McCallister
Ona Munson and Lon McCallister
Ona Munson and Lon McCallister
Ona Munson and Walter Sande
Ona Munson and Walter Sande
Ona Munson
Ona Munson
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun