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Status: Released

Runtime: 82

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: en

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Release Info

  • 1947-05-30
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Content Score: 93

(1947)

6.0/10 (2 votes)

Overview

When a music-hall dancer is murdered, a moss rose marks the page of a Bible next to her body. Luckily, another chorus girl (Peggy Cummins) saw a gentleman (Victor Mature) leaving the lodgings. She approaches him directly, saying she'll go to the police if he doesn't meet her demands, but he brushes her off contemptuously. When he learns she's dead serious, he tries to buy her off with a thick wad of pound notes. But it's not money she's after; all she wants is two weeks at his country estate, living the life of a `lady.'

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Director: Gregory Ratoff
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Peggy Cummins

Peggy Cummins
as Belle Adair aka Rose …

Victor Mature

Victor Mature
as Michael Drego

Ethel Barrymore

Ethel Barrymore
as Lady Margaret Drego

Vincent Price

Vincent Price
as Police Inspector R. C…

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A review by John Chard

As I lay me down to sleep...

Moss Rose is directed by Gregory Ratoff and adapted to screenplay by Niven Busch, Jules Furthman and Tom Reed from the novel The Crime of Laura Saurelle written by Joseph Shearing. It stars Peggy Cummins, Victor Mature, Ethel Barrymore, Vincent Price, Margo Woode, George Zucco, Patricia Medina and Rhys Williams. Music is by David Buttolph and cinematography by Joseph MacDonald.

Somebody is killing Michael Drego's (Mature) lovers and leaving behind a bible and a compressed dried moss rose. When her dancer friend is one of the victims, Belle Adair (Cummins) thi... read the rest.