The Second Woman (July 2, 1950)

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Robert Young in The Second Woman
 

Released on July 2, 1950: Ellen thinks she is in love with the handsome architect next door, but the man is bedeviled by accidents, maybe of his own making.

Produced by Mort Briskin and Robert Smith

Directed by James V. Kern

The Actors: Robert Young (Jeff Cohalan), Betsy Drake (Ellen Foster), John Sutton (Keith Ferris), Florence Bates (Amelia Foster), Morris Carnovsky (Dr. Raymond Hartley), Henry O'Neill (Ben Sheppard), Jean Rogers (Dodo Ferris), Raymond Largay (Major Badger), Shirley Ballard (Vivian Sheppard), Vicki Raaf (Sue, Sheppard's secretary), Jason Robards Sr. (Stacy Rogers), Steven Geray (Balthazar Jones), Jimmie Dodd (Mr. Nelson), Smoki Whitfield (Albert the club car waiter), Cliff Clark (police sergeant), Vince Barnett (Giovanni Strobini), Jack Chefe (Country Club cook), James Conaty (Country Club patron), Franklyn Farnum (Country Club patron), Bess Flowers (Country Club patron), Sherry Hall (Van Dyke School of Art), Harold Miller (Fiesta Guest), Bert Stevens (Fiesta Guest), Walter Bacon (Country Club patron), Paul Bradley (Country Club patron), Steve Carruthers (Fiesta guest), John Gallaudet (office worker Mac), Sam Harris (train passenger), Sol Murgi (Country Club patron)

 

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Respect for the Powers of Darkness, or Father Knows Best

The first scene of this thriller is almost the final scene, and we will learn that there may be a demented madman in the house with Ellen and her Aunt Amelia.

Then we start at the beginning, and the story of dark terror begins to unfold. I will tell you the framework of the story, but never the ending . . . . . I won’t need to tell you . . . . I could see it coming very soon into the story . . . . I could see it, but I was helpless to do anything but watch in stunned silence. You may see it coming also, but you will not understand. Something is missing . . . . Some deep dark secret.

Maybe a secret about the first woman . . . . But the first woman is dead . . . . Maybe the same dark evil will visit The Second Woman. . . . . Ellen Foster.

Betsy Drake, the real-life wife of Cary Grant in 1950, is Ellen Foster. She works for insurance companies predicting how and when accidents will happen.

Ellen is going to spend the summer with her Aunt Amelia, who lives on the California coast next to talented architect Jeff Cohalan, played by Robert Young, and Ellen is going to witness many 'accidents' during her visit.

It will appear that handsome Jeff is a mentally troubled paranoid schizophrenic who silently and secretly destroys everything around him.

The freakish accidents that happen seem to be caused by Jeff himself, but we know better. We can clearly see who is trying to drive Jeff out of his mind . . . . We can clearly see who is trying to kill everything connected to Jeff.

Ellen has fallen in love with Jeff despite all of the strange accidents, but maybe Ellen herself will be the victim of the dark violence that surrounds Jeff. Jeff and Ellen cannot see who the real madman is, but we can . . . . Or can we? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Robert Young with the painting
Robert Young with the painting
Betsy Drake
Betsy Drake
Betsy Drake and Florence Bates
Betsy Drake and Florence Bates
Betsy Drake and John Sutton
Betsy Drake and John Sutton
Betsy Drake and John Sutton
Betsy Drake and John Sutton
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Steven Geray
Betsy Drake and Steven Geray
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake and Robert Young
Betsy Drake
Betsy Drake
Cliff Clark
Cliff Clark
Florence Bates
Florence Bates
Henry O'Neill
Henry O'Neill
Henry O'Neill and John Sutton
Henry O'Neill and John Sutton
Henry O'Neill and Robert Young
Henry O'Neill and Robert Young
Henry O'Neill
Henry O'Neill
Jason Robards Sr., Robert Young and Henry O'Neill
Jason Robards Sr., Robert Young and Henry O'Neill
Jean Rogers and John Sutton
Jean Rogers and John Sutton
Jean Rogers
Jean Rogers
John Gallaudet and Robert Young
John Gallaudet and Robert Young
John Sutton and Robert Young
John Sutton and Robert Young
John Sutton
John Sutton
Morris Carnovsky
Morris Carnovsky
Morris Carnovsky and Betsy Drake
Morris Carnovsky and Betsy Drake
Morris Carnovsky
Morris Carnovsky
Robert Young
Robert Young
Robert Young and Betsy Drake
Robert Young and Betsy Drake
Robert Young and Henry O'Neill
Robert Young and Henry O'Neill
Robert Young
Robert Young
Robert Young
Robert Young
Robert Young
Robert Young
Shirley Ballard and John Sutton
Shirley Ballard and John Sutton
Steven Geray
Steven Geray
Steven Geray
Steven Geray
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett